I had the chance to test out a pair of Bibagogos back in December (You can check out my original Bibagogo review HERE). These bibs are pretty ingeniously designed. The front has a wide bottom “catch” pocket . On the reverse of the bib, there is a pocket at the bottom that holds a spoon, and two side pockets which contain two wee face cloths. Everything rolls up nicely (and stays together!) to fit in a purse or diaper bag.
The idea behind the Bibagogo came about when a new Father became frustrated with digging around trying to find first the spoon, then the bib, in the bottom of the baby bag.
“The baby feeding spoon always seemed to be missing in some tucked away corner of the baby bag or forgotten about all together. The bib was always squished at the bottom of the baby bag and left dirty from the previous trip out.”
A Canadian Haute Couture fashion designer took this dad’s idea and made it a reality. Four years later Bibagogo’s inovative design has won awards, been featured at one-of-a-kind shows and has been gifted to celebrities. It is guaranteed to last the lifetime of your child — from babyhood feeding bib to preschool art smock.
I love that Bibagogo is both designed here in Canada and made in Canada. It is made from a fantastic water-proof, stain-resistant material, which is easy to wash and fast drying. The bibs are adjustable and will work with infants as well as older children. They are a generous size, that tuck under the table edge, and are large enough to double as a changing pad in a pinch.
The Bibagogo retails for $30. You can check out their website for store locations and a list of online retailers. Also be sure to follow Bibagogo on Twitter and Facebook, to keep up on all of their latest info and deals.
And don’t forget to come back on Friday to take part in The Great Canadian Blog Bash and enter for your chance to win your own Bibagogo.