Practical bib bundle consisting of two bibs with different artwork from Sebra’s Nightfall theme – a story about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close.
Match the product with tableware from the Nightfall collection.
The two bibs feature different motifs – one features Star the squirrel sitting on a maple branch and one features three animals, Woody the bear, Moonlight the hare and Shadow the badger. The bibs can be folded up to form a little pocket/drip tray for collecting crumbs and liquids. An incredibly handy pocket that catches the food which does not reach the mouth, or which is blown out with a cute little baby sound. Of course, the bib can also be used without folding the pocket if you prefer a slightly longer bib.
Use the bib for the first spoon feeding and shield the baby's clothes from porridge, mash, and whatever else might miss the little mouth. It makes the first meals a little cleaner. When children are ready to eat the family’s food and want to drink from their own cups, the pocket is very convenient, and will mean that families with small children can leave the dinner table with a child who might only be half-covered in food.
The bib is closed at the neck with a press stud in one of the two adjustment holes.
The bibs are made from soft plastic, free of phthalates.
Recommended age: 4 months+
Cleaning: wipe with a damp cloth. Clean the product before first use.
For your child’s safety and health. WARNING! Only use the product under adult supervision. Check the product before each use. Discard at the first sign of damage or wear. Always check the food temperature before serving.
About the Nightfall theme
Darkness falls and calm descends in the small homes. Outside, the moon lights up the night sky and thousands of twinkling stars appear, creating a magical ceiling. The ‘Nightfall’ theme is about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Together with cute nocturnal animals, Sebra takes the child all the way into the forest in the middle of the night. The animals of the night move around in the dark landscape, creating fascinating shadows. The shadows sometimes look like entirely new creatures, and the imagination can really be put to the test when moonlight is reflected in shining eyes or when it casts shadows on ancient tree trunks.