Baby Bibs & Burp Cloths


Baby Bibs and Burp Cloths for No Muss, No Mess Feeding

Transitioning to solid foods is an exciting but potentially messy time as infants sample different ingredients and discover new tastes and textures. To simplify the process as well as the ensuing clean up, baby bibs are a feeding-time essential. Whether you're purchasing a practical gift for expectant parents or adding to your stash of baby supplies, you'll find a wide selection of affordably priced baby bibs and burp cloths at

Types of Baby Bibs

Baby bibs have come a long way. Parents are no longer limited to plain white terry cloth bibs. They can choose from silicone bibs that can wipe clean, colourful bandanas and products with built-in spill catchers. Here are a few of the most popular options:

  • Adjustable bibs are designed for infants and babies between 6 and 24 months. Most feature ties or Velcro closures that can accommodate their growing bodies.
  • Sleeved bibs are ideal for messy eaters who enjoy playing with their food as much as tasting it.
  • Bandana bibs can protect clothing without limiting the baby's range of motion. They can also double as napkins to keep those little cheeks and chins clean.
  • Vinyl, PEVA and laminated bibs have a non-stick surface. They can be wiped with a damp cloth or sponge or machine washed and air dried.
  • Silicone baby bibs can be durable, stain resistant and easy to clean. They often feature spill-catching pockets that may prevent food from falling onto the floor.
  • Cloth bibs are still preferred by many parents. They should be super absorbent and easy to launder. They also come in color-coordinated sets designed for boys and girls.

Baby Feeding Essentials

Bibs are one of the many feeding-time essentials that make life easier for busy moms and dads. The following products are recommended by parents and health experts:

  • High chairs can provide added support that keeps infants upright during mealtimes. They also should provide a level surface for food, snacks and drinks.
  • Properly sized infant spoons may encourage self-directed feeding. Look for plastic or silicone spoons that can be gentle on tender gums.
  • Resealable single-serve containers should help parents portion food for scheduled meals and on-the-go feeding.
  • Vinyl, PEVA and laminated bibs have a non-stick surface. They can be wiped with a damp cloth or sponge or machine washed and air dried.
  • Snack cups feature spill-proof flaps and fun animal-shaped designs that may support self-feeding and reinforce key motor skills.
  • Bowls made from metal or BPA-free plastic can easily withstand knock-over accidents. Some products feature suction cups that stick on tables or highchairs.
  • Baby burp cloths can be perfect for protecting clothing and wiping up spills. Even after 9 months, babies may need occasional help burping.
  • Food mills may be ideal for parents who'd like to prepare their own baby food. Cooking at home can be healthier and more economical.

Tips for Easier, More Efficient Feedings

The right accessories can streamline feeding time and simplify cleanup. Drool bibs, snack cups and related products with fun designs and interactive features may encourage infants to engage fully during meals, which saves time and can cut down on the level of frustration as well as the amount of daily laundry and the number of clothing changes. For baby bibs and other feeding essentials, shop




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