Sunday, August 29, 2021

Droolbox




Are you looking for a gift for a baby shower or upcoming holiday gift? I know it can be hard when it comes to shop for your little ones. I know when they are small, I usually tend to gift something cute but piratical. I know when I was a young mom I always loved getting extra bibs, diapers, bottle and other items. These items always came handy then a lot of baby toys. 

I have a great practical gift idea that any mom would love to have. Droolbox offers Bandana Bibs that boy and girls can wear. They come in a six pack and they are absolutely adorable. The two favorite out of this pack or the Savage one and the Smiley bib. They are 100% Organic Cotton, Multicolored, soft, hypoallergenic and absorbent. What I like about these bibs is that they are adjustable. On the back they have different snaps where you can adjust it to the need of your baby. They are very absorbent and you can use these for feeding or teething. 

I know when it came to bibs the biggest concern I had about them was washing. I know that I had to wash a lot of bibs in the past. Several issues that I had with washing bibs were fading colors, the softness disappeared and they would need to be recycled quickly. When I had my friend try these bibs out they were easy to wash and the quality remained. These bibs were top notch and great quality. These would make great Christmas gifts, baby shower gifts, or just because gift to mom. I would highly recommend checking Droolbox out. 




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