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3 Bibs to Help Baby’s Cute Clothes Stay Cute...and Clean

August 19, 2010 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids

Venturing into the world of solids? You probably received a bunch of cute bibs from your baby shower, but they’re probably better for photos than for food. Invest in these heavy duty bibs to protect baby’s clothes from all the food that misses his/her mouth.

This Baby Bjorn Soft Bib ($20 for 2) has a large scoop pocket that catches all the crumbs that fall on baby’s lap.  It’s easy to clean—just rinse and dry.

Messy Baby Bib

Slip on one of these Messy Baby Bibs ($26) over your baby who insists on feeding himself, and even his arms will be protected from pea puree.

Mally Leather Bib

Leather at lunch?  Yes!  Mally Bibs ($32) are durable, reversible (with a catch-all pocket on one side) and washable.  When you’re done feeding baby, stick it on the fridge so you don’t have to hunt it down for the next meal.

Find more of the best baby bibs, plus the best kids’ utensils in our buying guides.

Click here to email Farah, the author of this post.

 

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Baby, Meal Time

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