cloths, bibs, muslin diapers and aprons
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If every mealtime feels like a battle, check out our clothes and bibs page. These products will eliminate the need to change clothes after every feeding session.
Baby bibs have been acting as a barrier between messy food and nice clothes since way back in the 15th century. Most are water-proof or extra-absorbent to protect cloths or sensitive skin. Look out for material that does not irritate and cause rashes. Some examples of easy bibs include:
- Tommee Tippee comfy neckBabyono I Eat and I Grow, and I Can Almost Feed Myself ranges
As a variation of the traditional bib, bandana bibs are a stylish addition to your bib collection that protects undergarments and infant’s neck from food and drooling. They make the baby look like a cowboy from one of those western movies. Grab two ends and tie them behind the baby’s neck, and get the party on the road. There are various examples of bandana bibs, such as:
- Babyono bandana bibs - Mummy’s Sunshine, Every Day, Eiffel Tower, Bigben
- Dr Brown’s bandana bibs – Pattern, Anchors, Arrows, Whales
If your baby is too rowdy, you probably need something more robust, something along the lines of a bapron. These are bibs on steroids since they take the basic idea of a bib and crank it up several notches. The result is a bib that has sleeves. It not only protects the torso; it covers any long-sleeved attire worn by the baby.