Tuesday, July 29, 2008

BLOGGY GIVE-AWAY CARNIVAL = FUN!

This is my first give-away! I am excited to participate in this Bloggy Give-Away. I will randomly pick one individual to win a Kipiis Bib Clip.



"Kipiis (“Kip-eez”) Bib Clips let you make anything
a bib— napkin, cloth diaper, kitchen towel. Just clip the two rounded fasteners onto whatever’s handy, adjust the back—and voilĂ ! Your child is covered.
Our Bib Clips are designed with your flexible lifestyle in mind. They make a smart addition to your diaper bag, glove box, kitchen drawer, or pocket."




You may have your choice of one of the following colors:
lime/blue
magenta/lime
orange/blue
orange/pink

Please leave an email address or blog so that I may get in touch with you. Also, tell me what you have done in a bib crisis! The drawing ends August 3rd at midnight. The winner will have 4 days to contact me or another name will be drawn. I will mail in USA only because of shipping. Thanks! Good Luck!

56 comments:

cdziuba said...

I could use this.

Seeryus Mama said...

With bibs, I've tried it all!! My daughter is one messy eater. I've used dish towels, only to have them not stay on. She needs the dish towel, she gets food all over her shorts! The most desperate thing that I've done is strip her down, and she eats in a diaper only!

seeryusfam@msn.com

bethany said...

What a great idea!! I like the orange and blue one. Thanks!

MMM said...

I haven't had a bib crisis yet...but my first little one is due in Feb and I would LOVE to avoid one. =)

Gale said...

This very Sunday at church I found I had forgotten both bibs and burp-rags when my 3 month old started the drool factory. But I had packed THREE changes of clothes outfits (mommy brain!) so a onesie became a makeshift drooler bib.

ecaria@hotmail.com

Tuesday Girl said...

We have sacrificed our own shirts in a bib crisis!

Mama Koala said...

I'd love the orange and blue clip! I haven't had a bib crisis yet....I have a 6 month old who just started solid foods.

acer4u73 said...

I love this idea! We usually have icecream in the car and to my amazement, the 2 year old gets nothing on his clothes but melted icecream all over his carseat buckle:) This is a great Idea. I normally try to stuff diaper wipes in his shirt for a bib when we are in the car and he pulls them right out and washes his hands with them. *tank-ooo* he says to me and is very pleased with himself!

Thank you for the give away!

Leigh -NC

paryjeja said...

I like the orange/blue. I have turned the t-shirt inside out and put on backwards when a bib was not handy.

Buki Family said...

I like the lime/blue for my son who is just starting solids. He has also just started to learn how to pull off his bibs. uh-oh. i hope these things are strong!

Evan Pangburn said...

The biggest bib crisis we have had is the oatmeal that my son was eating continue to get all over the bibs and they smell so bad that not matter how many times you wash them they still have nasty stains and smell like spoiled milk. We could really give these a try!

Thanks,

Evan
www.evanpangburn.com
sacredmpp(at)gmail(dot)com

Awesome Mom said...

Wow that is a great idea! In a bib crisis I have resorted to the tie a kitchen towel around the neck trick. Of course it came untied part way through and the white shirt ended up being stained any way. What was I thinking getting a white shirt for a toddler?

EB said...

Very helpful! I like the lime/blue the best. No bib crises yet either.

Thanks!
emmarleed[at]hotmail[dot]com

jenny said...

wow i realy could use this for my little one shes always in need of some thing thanks

torinem said...

These are so cool! We usually just strip the kids if it is a true emergency. Love the orange and blue...Go Gators!

Julie Stiles Mills said...

My sister will have her baby boy next month, so this would be for her!

A bib crisis? That's what "Shout" pre-treat is for. We saved a LOT of baby clothes with Shout.

michelle said...

In a bib crisis, we have just not used a bib and then zipped a sweater up overtop of the mess when we were finished. What can you do? Mess happens, but these would be so much better.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

semtaylor said...

Great giveaway.....Bib crisis ???Been awhile but I remember using a tablecloth at times.

Anonymous said...

Bib crises= dish towels or my shirt. Not an attractive option :)

mariettaseller(at)yahoo(dot)com

Sandra said...

Usually we use dish towels...but I always have extra clothes so I try not to worry too much and then just change shirts when the food has stopped flying.

owatz (AT) telus (DOT) net

Julie said...

I like the blue and lime. One I just stripped my son naked (except diaper of coarse). But when he was done I just had a messy naked person! It didn't work that well.. I could use this!

Lisa said...

LOL I have used another shirt to protect a better shirt while out and have forgotten the bib.
Stormy5475@aol.com

Wehaf said...

I've used one of my t-shirts from my exercise gear bag.

urchiken at gmail dot com.

Thank you.

FaithfulMommy said...

My baby dislikes bibs so much, she screams to get them off. Those clips look perfect for her. In a bib crisis when she was covered head to toe in sweet potato soup and butternut squash, I took off my undershirt (white tank top) and cleaned her up with it. Please don't try this, it stains.

Parker Family said...

This is such a great idea! We haven't really had a bib crisis, since I always keep one in my diaper bag. There have been times she's worn a dirty bib, but hey, it's better than nothing! this is a great idea. I love the lime and blue one. Thanks! trishblack(at)juno(dot)com

Michelle said...

what a neat idea! Thankfully I haven't had a bib crisis - knock on wood!

Suzie G. said...

We tuck napkins into the shirt collar. That's about all there is to do! I'd like the lime and blue if I win. We could really use something like this!

momo3 said...

i heart the pink/orange.

in the worst case . . . i just take of my lil girls top . . . isn't that terrible!

kristen

ryankristenwilson(at)msn(dot)com

Alaina said...

This would be great! I like the orange and blue ones. I've tucked napkins in shirts and used dish towels. :)

alainamj (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

Preppy Mommy said...

bib crisis; used a cloth diaper to wind around his neck, loosley. Thanks for the chance to win. Visit mine at www.mypreppypurse.blogspot.com

laura said...

We're due in Jan, so we've had no bib crisis yet... yet, as I know we will have plenty of them!! Would love this for damage control! :)
laurachilton {at} hotmail {dot} com

CanCan said...

These are fanatastic! In a crisis, I have used my husband's dirty undershirt.

onlycancan at hotmail dot com

Amy T said...

Oh, that's cool. We've resorted to clothespins and dishcloths, but this looks cooler and more comfortable! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

Sweetpeas said...

These didn't come out until my kids were past bibs, but I think it's a WONDERFUL idea! I have to admit, that if I ever forgot their bibs, I generally just let them go w/o & had extra stains to deal w/ the next time I did laundry LOL.

Jennifer said...

So far I have remembered to take a bib on the few outing we have had, so no crisis yet. I am not looking forward to one either. I would love to enter your giveaway.

EG said...

In a bib crisis I either strip the kid down or just say, "oh well, it's just a shirt" This is a great idea!

frugallm said...

If it's really messy I just take the clothes off!

elkmeese at yahoo dot com

Kathy said...

Love the magenta/lime combo. In a crisis, I've tucked a napkin inside the shirt. Not a great solution but better than nothing.
Kathy
bigfamily8 (at) yahoo (dot)com

christene said...

We normally just stick a napkin in the collar of there shirts or if not big enough a prefold diaper or recieving blanket which ever is on hand..
cjinhb at msn dot com

Ebie said...

i think the shown lime/blue would work best for my son

Killlashandra said...

I like the idea of bib clips, and being able to turn anything into a bib. Wish I'd had those awhile ago. And maybe they would have worked better than regular bibs because my little one hated them. He didn't like the tie on or the velcro kind and would jerk them off once he figured out how. What a great alternative. :)

killlashandra at hotmail dot com

cmartin0055 said...

this would be great for my kids!

cmartin0055(at)aol(dot)com

Audra's Little Scraps said...

It seems like we are always having bib crisis around here from to small to, forgot to bring one, to son pulles it off--- We usually just end up letting him make a mess then praying that the stain remover will save the shirt. Thanks so much for the great giveaway!
audrajjensen(at)msn(dot)com

Alexandra Hancock said...

i'd love the lime and blue.
i've either got him shirtless with no bib in sight or did the paper towel tuck into the shirt. lol.
alexandra dot hancock at gmail dot com

Richelle said...

We try to tuck a napkin in my son's shirt. Sometimes he will leave it there, but a lot of the time he pulls it out. This looks like a great help!

Audrey said...

My kids are older now. Bib crisis, we could be very creative. We would use paper towels often. I always have kleenex in my car, we've doubled and triped and double tripled them to stop messes. We've put on old tshirts and taken off the clothes we don't want ruined. You should see a 2 year old in a mens large shirt LOL.

lace said...

I've used towels clipped together with hair clips to try and keep pasta sauce off of their clothes.

Molly C. said...

What a great idea! I've had to tuck dish towels into the kids shirts. lol

Casey said...

Oh man could I use some of these! I ALWAYS forget bibs! I would keep this in my diaper bag permanently!!!

The worse thing....a walmart plastic bag...lol (DO NOT worry I was right next to her), but she had a white shirt on what could I do!?!? :)

Kiy said...

Oh, could we use this. Little Miss is starting to feed herself (runs screaming in the other direction!). ;) Oh, and I think the magenta/lime would be perfect for us.

Jenna said...

I tend to strip 'em down if its warm! I would love the lime and blue colours. It would get plenty of use with our second son due in 30 days!
Thanks,
Jenna
mountaingoats at hotmail dot com

dolls123 said...

I used safety pens

luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

Janelle said...

I haven't yet had any bib crises. I've only got one child, and she's only 3 months. This would be great for keep in my purse (in the future) for when we're caught "without" at restaurants, friends' houses, etc.

debbi said...

oh, too cool!! I like the lime/blue one the best.
Thanks for the chance,
djohnson@catcrew.com

GrandmaKathleen said...

I like the lime and green
It has been along time since my boys used bibs. But I do remember during the summer when it was hot they sat in their eating table with only their diaper on and I let them enjoy their spagetti or their ice cream and then put them in the tub. What memories......

Erica said...

I've seen these and always think they look so neat!

We run into bib crisis almost every time we eat out. You would think I would learn! I just manage to use whatever towel, blanket, napkin, or even extra shirt I can find haha!