Let’s talk about a very real subject for every teething child. No, it’s not the pearly whites emerging from their gums like sprouting plants; it’s all the drool they produce in the process. Seriously, how do these little bodies create so much drool?! And where does all of this drool wind up? On their clothes…Which is why every teething babe needs dribble bibs by Kishu Baby.
Kishu Baby began when founder Emi Jones and her husband Ken were on the hunt for dribble bibs for their teething son. You see, there is a big difference between feeding bibs and dribble bibs. Most bibs on the market are for feeding, which means they’re made of easy-to-clean materials like plastic or silicone. Dribble bibs are made to absorb drool and be worn comfortably throughout the day.
Realizing how hard it was to find a suitable dribble bib, Emi decided to make her own. Kishu Baby’s classic bandana shape easily coordinates with onesies, t-shirts, and sweatshirts, while the adjustable CPSIA compliant snaps ensure secure, scratch-free wearability.
Mostly made of organic muslin from Japan, Kishu Baby’s dribble bibs are reversible and versatile. This allows long-lasting wear for stylish droolers. The luxurious Japanese muslin cotton also becomes softer with each wash. Parents, no need to be too gentle with these bibs! This fabric is as tough as you are.
Emi and her husband Ken are on a mission to bring style to one of the goopiest aspects of raising a child.
With each of my designs, I always try to strike a perfect balance between fashion and function. These bibs are fashionable accessories that happen to also be super handy when it comes to messy little hands and faces.
Emi, we think you’ve achieved that perfect balance. In fact, we can even think of a few instances where adults could have used a stylish dribble bib…