The Motherloot Blog: Product Reviews

The Live Love Dream company sent me one of their Silly Billyz Bibs to try for my daughter. I explained that our Emily was a very messy eater and that I would welcome any bib that could keep her well covered and mess free.

In response, the company sent us their Silly Billyz Long Sleeved Bib in a pretty pink. I knew my daughter could put this bib through some rigorous testing and she did not fail me.

When I got the product I was impressed with how lightweight it was. My first concern was that she would be hot, but the sleeves and neck are both made of a very light nylon. The front of the bib is made of a fleece material that does not pill or stain. The bib attaches with Velcro in the back, but is open to keep your baby nice and cool.

Emily ate pizza in it, smashed up some peas into it, and smeared her peanut butter and jelly all over this bib. With a quick swipe of my washcloth, I was able to take all of the food off of it, with no staining left on the fabric. The bib has also survived several rounds through our washer and is showing no signs of wear or tear.

I would highly recommend this product to any mom who is looking for a bib that will cover their entire baby and especially for any mom suffering through those beginning stages of self-feeding. These bibs are great when you are out and about because they will tuck neatly inside of your diaper bag. They are also great when you have baby all dressed up for church or pictures and want to keep them looking clean and fresh.

The bib is priced at $12 and can be ordered through their website or at one of their listed boutiques. They come in large or small sizes and can be ordered in a variety of colors.

We thank the Live Love Dream company for giving us the opportunity to review their product!


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  1. 1

    Does seem a bit pricey, but if it lasts, even if it would last through multiple kids, it may be a good investment. I think one like that would be perfect for out an about like you mentioned. I don’t know how many of my kids “good clothes” have been ruined by stains. At home I don’t care so much and a cheap (sleeveless) bib is sufficient.

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    The company says that they will not stain, rip or tear so I am assuming that they would last a very long time.

    I plan to use mine as an art smock for my daughter when she is done with the messy eating :)

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  3. 3

    Wow, what a concept. They seem expensive but perhaps they’re a good investment if they last long. How long (age wise) do they last?

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    $12 -each-? That seems a little steep for your average everyday mom. At least for this one — even for a really good bib.

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  5. 5

    Just one quick question??? How hard was it to get it over her head? I have had experience where the bib kept them clean untill I tried to get it off??? (smile)Pam

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