Best Bibs


Gone are the days of running a load of cloth bibs through the washer and dryer. These days, the best bibs can be wiped down at the sink with some soap and water, and reused at the next meal. My favorite bib is made by IKEA for the wallet-friendly price of $3.99. It is 100% polyester, and the fabric feels like a swimsuit. The best part: it has little armholes that cover the child's sleeves so that a) their entiure shirt stays clean, and b) they can't pull the bib off mid-meal. Along with a great catch-all pocket, this makes for one great bib.




Our runner-up bib is a colorful little number by 
Baby Bjorn sold at Target. At $9.95, these are a bit more expensive, but their durable silicone design means that you really only need two (one for the diaper bag, of course). The neck is designed like a necklace with continuous fastening, so it can be adjusted to fit your child perfectly. They are also dishwasher safe, and feature a hard pocket that keeps any stray food from falling in baby's lap.

-kh

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