I used the bib pattern in the Bend the Rules sewing book (Yes - AGAIN with the book, I know) to make 2 bibs. I did not have time (or printer ink really) to actually enlarge it and print it out...so it is really an "eyeball" of the pattern. I hope that the neck hole fits his baby head. My kids had such huge melons, but their necks were really fairly scrawny, so I think we are good. The snap tool was also a "roadblock" at first, but I eventually figured out how to read Spanish and use the dang thing. I did an easy top stitch of the puppy appliques - the idea being that the edges will fray cutely, and not destructively.
Then I used the same fabrics and made a reversible burp cloth. Since it is a totally made up design, it is a bit crooked and wonky, but it should serve it's purpose well. I'd prefer the flannel side up, if I was baby "J" being burped on mom or dad's shoulder, I'm just saying.
Lastly, every baby needs a pair of fabric baby shoes, right? (Well, Vada needed like 23, but that is BL's story, not mine) I had just a bit more of the puppy fabric and some vintage buttons found in my antique sewing machine. I forgot how easy these are to put together... and how cute they turn out.