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A Dribble Stop Top is a vest with an extra high neckline with a discreet pocket hidden inside which completely covers and protects babies dribbles zone. Made of specialised waterproof material with skin-like breathability it ensures maximum coverage, acting as a barrier and helps stop dribble soak through to babies’ skin.
Dribble Stop Tops are available in sizes 0-3m, 3-6m, 6-12m, 12-18m and 18-24m in packs of 2 white or 1 white & 1 stripe (pink or blue). Made with a soft cotton jersey, they are also tumble dryable for added convenience.
I reviewed Dribble Stop Tops a few months back and still use them especially when little man is teething. You can read it HERE. And as part of my blogiversary celebrations I have a set of Dribble Stop Tops to giveaway to one of my readers.
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When your baby reaches the milestone of cutting their first tooth it’s certainly an exciting time. Although getting there we endure sleepless nights and some frantic ordeals trying to soothe our babies. Some babies endure some awful, sometimes very painful, swollen and inflamed gums while their teeth start cutting through and other sail through the whole process. Not forgetting they produce a barrel of drool too.
The horrid onset of teething has been slowly lurking and creeping upon us awhile now, Frankie started to drool excessively about six weeks ago. One morning last week he woke up with a grumpy appearance, flushed cheeks and then refused his porridge. He never refuses food. Ever. With all gums he’s latching and gnawing on anything within arm’s reach. I even found him chewing on the side of Kayla’s dolls house the other day.
Just as we get him in a fantastic routine he is waking four-to-ten times a night, sore, swollen and very upset. No cuddles, no Calpol, not even co-sleeping will comfort him. It’s an awful to watch, I’ve been close to tears as he wails. It’s heartbreaking. We are walking the walls trying to comfort him to no avail, he eventually sobs himself to sleep.
He’s very attached at the moment too, I cannot leave the room without him crying after me or chasing me in his walker, I think his uncle got him a super express one, he’s a pro in it. I must be in full eye contact at all times. Kayla has been feeling very left out as he needs my constant attention every hour of every day. When we eventually get him to nap, all I want to do is chill with a strong coffee but she has other things in mind.
My favourite hour of the day is when daddy walks in and I almost throw Frankie at him and escape to our bedroom and hide, that’s until Kayla assumes I’m playing hide and seek and proceeds to act like a crazed jack in the box. This tooth better make an appearance soon or I may have to get in there with a chisel myself.
A Dribble Stop Top is a soft cotton vest with a built-in pocket made of a specialized waterproof material which allows babies skin to remain comfortable, dry and safe during the dribbling stages of teething. It’s a multi-award winning innovative product created by two mums Tracy and Emma. The Dribble Stop Top and it’s discreetly integrated bib acts as a barrier to stop dribbles soaking through onto baby’s delicate skin. It also has an extra high neckline that completely covers and protects the baby’s chest area. (more…)