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Dribbly Baby ?

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Tracy393 Wed 20-Feb-13 23:12:48

Thank you very much. I really did check your rules and netiquette and didn't see any problems with asking for feedback. I am completely new to this and should have checked where best to place my thread. Sorry for any misunderstanding (on my part). Thank you for redirecting my thread and for your kind wishes x

OliviaMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 20-Feb-13 22:17:36


I checked with Mumsnet and there was no problem with this.

To clarify we absolutely do not allow any kind of advertising on our boards.
To that end we have removed the link to the website in question and we have moved this thread to our business start ups topic. Best of luck with your new business.


Tracy393 Tue 19-Feb-13 23:07:40

Sorry for any confusion. I am not advertising (our product is not for sale) just asking for opinions from mums that have also been there and are familiar with these problems. I checked with Mumsnet and there was no problem with this. Bibs are great if you don't have a tugger! Also baby shouldn't be left unattended with a bib on (just a couple of the things that we are trying to alleviate).

podgymumma Tue 19-Feb-13 22:37:41

Also you're not allowed to advertise on these message boards.

podgymumma Tue 19-Feb-13 22:37:01

Just use a dribble bib!!!

Tracy393 Tue 19-Feb-13 22:22:58


My friend and I are two mums who after trying everything we could think of to keep our babies chests dry and dribble free in their teething days - and failing miserably - made it our mission to find a solution to the many problems dribbling can bring (constant clothing / bib changes, sore damp chests, dribble rash etc etc...). Something that would make the lives of todays busy modern mum just that little bit easier.

Please have a look at our website [removed] This is our new patented product that we are launching later this year. We would love to hear what you think & your comments would be very much appreciated.

Hope you Like It.

Kind Regards

Tracy x

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