We Are LOVING These Bibs From The Avenue

I never used bibs when my daughter was a baby because I was always there with a cloth diaper to readily wipe up the slightest amount of drool (which just goes to show you how I only had one child at the time, haha). With my son, I am now running after my very busy toddler while balancing my son on my hip at the same time, and so things have gotten pretty drooly around our house. Also, he is currently cutting two teeth at the same time. Which means double the drool amounts. Lately I have had to change his outfits at least 2-3 times a day. Granted, some of these outfit changes are due to spit up or crazy diaper incidents; but a lot of them are due to onesies completely soaked in baby drool. I reached out to From The Avenue and they graciously accommodated us with some beautiful soft bibs.



I chose the bib set of 3 (available on their website or on Amazon here), as I just knew if my toddler saw her baby brother wearing a fun new clothing accessory that she would want one for herself and she is a huge fan of pink; though I loved their bib set of 4 as well (here). True to form, my toddler immediately wanted to wear a “scarf” (bib) like her baby brother was. So this Saturday morning, my husband and I took our kids out to breakfast at the beach. My son sported his soft blue bib while my toddler adorned her fashionable pink “scarf” (bib), and they actually looked pretty cute, if I do say so myself. Ironically enough, my toddler’s bib caught any stray pieces of egg or pancake from her breakfast, which was super handy as it kept her outfit nice and clean. My son’s bib was very effective in protecting his neck and onesie from any drool. I am thrilled to say that he kept the bib on all day, and the same onesie on all day too. I honestly cannot remember the last time that we haven’t had to change his onesie due to drooling. So I am very happy with these bibs because they work, they are aesthetically pretty, and they are super soft as well. There are two measurements that fit around their neck, the larger snap buttons allowed my toddler to easily wear hers, and the smaller measurement allowed my baby to wear his.


So please check out From The Avenue’s adorable Instagram account FromTheAvenueDesign and their website From The Avenue; and if you want to see some sweet and funny pictures of BOTH my toddler and baby wearing their own bib (though my toddler was truly convinced that this was a fashionable scarf and or bandana around her neck, and repeatedly informed me as such), you can take a peep at my Instagram account at StressedAndBlessedMama. Hoping you’re all having a fabulous weekend!

Disclaimer: I was given these bibs at no cost. All opinions are my own.

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Nicole Benedum has been a stay at home mom for the past 3 years. Before she took on this glorious (and sometimes not so glorious) role of "All Things Motherhood", she was a Human Resources Generalist. Her days were spent dealing with legal compliance, benefits, leave of absences and everything Human Resources related. Now her days are spent breastfeeding, changing diapers, conquering potty training, tantrums and sleepless nights. She has two kiddos; a 2 year old toddler named Emily, and a baby boy named Owen. She met her husband, Sam, in college when they were both on the swim team, and they have been together ever since. She is a huge breastfeeding advocate, gentle/crunchy parent (for the most part) and a former student athlete (water polo and swimming, woot woot!) both in high school and in college. At some point in the future she has dreams of going back to the gym and/or pool. For now she shall continue counting breastfeeding and holding a 35 pound toddler and 15 pound baby as her workouts.
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