We Might Be Tiny Catchie Bib - 2 pack
It’s time to meet the latest hero addition to the We Might Be Tiny family. These Catchie Bibs complement the existing range of mealtime sanity savers for active kids on the move. These most definitely are meant to keep up with the active toddler in your life when nothing else is able to manage.
The thought of feeding a hungry toddler tends to cause nightmares at the best of times. Messy endings guaranteed!
Let the We Might Be Tiny Catchie Bib minimise the mess for you. This new addition to our popular non-toxic silicone product range features the familiar heroes – bear, bunny and cat.
The generous catcher can deal with even the messiest of munchers managing both liquid and food spills. Once your little one has decided that it is time to move on, simply rinse the wonderfully hygienic Catchie Bib under warm water or in case of more serious mess leave it to the dishwasher to take care of things.
No longer do you have to deal with annoying stains on fabric bibs after only a few uses. Catchie Bibs are made from the highest quality stain-resistant silicone and look brand new after every wash.
Its flexible and soft-to-touch finish lets the Catchie Bib go on little adventures with your toddler. Simply roll it up to save space and easily pack it for trips to the park or your favourite café.
The generous size of our Catchie Bib minimises stains on your munchkin’s favourite outfit. The adjustable strap makes this bib your lasting companion for little ones aged 6 months to 3 years.
We even thought of the emergency backup, which is why the Catchie Bib comes with a companion and is available in sets of two.
Check out why our We Might Be Tiny Catchie Bibs are perfectly suited to modern family life:
- Microwave, oven and freezer safe (-40°C to 230°C)
- Flexible and durable
- Non-stick and non-slip
- Non-toxic, food-grade silicone independently certified to the highest European standards (FDA and LFGB approved)
- BPA free
- Proudly designed in Australia
Dimensions: 32 cm x 23 cm
Weight: 92 grams