I was approached to do a review on the Dream Bear Soft Silicone Wearable Baby Bib & of course I jumped at the opportunity to try out a brand new baby product! And I must say, I’m so very excited that I did! I just might replace all the bibs in my house with these exclusively! That’s how excited I am about it! When I opened the box I was really impressed with the pretty packaging. The bib arrives rolled up in a clear package inside of an Amazon box. My first thought was that it would stay a bit curled after I opened it but nope! It’s very soft and flexible!! The Dream Beat Bib snapped right back to it’s correct shape and it’s nice and gentle on my baby’s skin. It’s wipable with a damp rag or even a baby wipe and the crum catcher on the bottom catches all kinds of things including baby’s dropped cookie. Just think how much laundry this can save you from less bibs in the wash and those clean onesies you’re little one can wear longer! Also, I’d like to note it’s not overly heavy either. So I must confess, I’m totally in love with the way it connects in the back instead of around my little ones neck!! Maybe it’s just me but when I find a new product that is as awesome as this one I get so excited I want to tell everyone! I highly recommend it!
Here’s a frugal tip! I found this idea of Facebook. It’s an easy way to make a snack for your toddler that’s old enough to eat finger foods & a great way to use up those 1/2 eaten jars/pouches of baby. Or use up the baby food that’s just sitting in you pantry because your little ones out growing them.
I’m sure lots of you know about and make yogurt dots – well, it’s basically the same thing but use up your baby food instead! A side note: it soothes sore, teething gums.
– gather parchment paper, cookie sheet, plastic bag, baby food.
– line cookie sheet, fill plastic bag with baby food, snip end of bag off (small hole)
– make your dots (chocolate chip sized)
– freeze, 30 mins or so
– quickly transfer into a storage bag, store in freezer.