Thursday, 3 October 2013

Sock Ons and Dribble Ons - Simply Genius

The marvel that is Sock Ons

Keeping baby socks on tiny baby feet is a mission. When Zachary and Zoey were first born they were tiny at 5llbs and 3lbs and the tiniest of socks just slipped right off within minutes. That was until I got hold of some Sock Ons. Such a simple, clever design, they solved the problem immediately.

How do they work?

Sock Ons are worn over the baby's socks and hold the socks underneath in place. They are made of soft, light, stretchy material so will not annoy your baby or be uncomfortable to wear. The shape of them means they work to stop socks slipping or being kicked off which so often happens with baby socks and believe me my two really put them to the test. I highly recommend them and have done so again and again to parents of young babies. In fact I think they make a perfect gift for newborns and I noticed on the Sock Ons site you can now get CongratulatiOns gift cards in pink or blue which are good wishes card and a pair of Sock Ons in one.

Dribble Ons

Dribble Ons are another clever addition to baby's wardrobe and once they start teething, a definite must have. They are made of a combination of soft cotton and terry towelling which means that they help to keep your baby's clothes and skin dry once dribbling starts. Zachary and Zoey both started dribbling lots at three months and until I got these fantastic Dribble Ons their dribbling was so bad I often had to change their tops a couple of times during the day.

They come in a range of colours, you can match them up to your choice of Sock Ons or go for some of the other bright, colourful patterns available. They are not only functional but look great too. Another baby product I highly recommend.

Where to buy

Sock Ons and Dribble Ons can be purchased from a variety of stores online including Kiddicare and Amazon and in store from major retailers including Mothercare, JoJo Maman Bebe, Sainsbury's, Tesco and many more - check out the Where to buy tab for a full listing.

*Disclaimer: I received two pairs of SockOns and two DribbleOns in exchange for a review. All views and opinions are honest and my own.


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