I remember this problem with my first baby. I tried little sock harness things (got lost once worn) pram shoes (fiddly and annoying to get on) - in the end I think I just made sure his feet were covered with a blanket. But second time around, I resolved to tackle the problem afresh and research what solutions are out there on the market.
And what I have found are these moccasins. I cannot recommend them enough. They have changed our lives. Basically like a slipper sock in design, they are an all-in-one sock and suede-soled soft shoe. They are easy enough to get on, they generally stay on, they seem comfortable and are perfect for keeping their feet and lower legs warm and allowing them to cruise around on their feet as safely as possible.
Along with the moccasins, they sent me a lovely matching bib, which is the company’s signature product.
Now, as you may have gathered, I am a rather – ahem - laissez-faire kind of a mother, and I’m afraid I just don’t bother with bibs. I let my baby eat and then change his clothes if necessary once I've hosed him down. One of the main reasons for this is that he simply can’t abide wearing a conventional bib. Or at least I presume he can’t, since he rips them off as soon as I’ve fastened them.
|Funky Giraffe bib and matching moccasins|
Note: I was sent these products free of charge by Funky Giraffe to test and review. All views are my own, completely honest and unbiased.
|Happy Ben bunny|