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OXO Tot Waterproof Silicone Roll Up Bib with Comfort-Fit Fabric Neck

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The best silicone bibs are easily washed off in the sink or dishwasher, and super handy at catching food residue, drool, and spills. The bibs have also been specially manufactured to eliminate the nasty silicone odor you sometimes get with competitor bibs.

Why I Like It: I think these are a really cool hybrid design, and I like that you get to have your cake and it, too. Bandana bibs function just like regular cloth bibs, but with a little more style. They work for any age, but can be especially good for drooly toddlers, since the bandana style looks less babyish. Strengths: Really keeps your baby clean, easy to wipe off, lightweight, use for eating and playing.These bibs roll super flat thanks to the fabric at the top, and come with a little button to “snap” them shut. That’s a great feature for stowing away a messy bib after a meal out at a restaurant without making a mess inside your diaper bag. When it comes to the traditional bibs, my favorite is absolutely the Tommee Tippee Explora Easi-roll bib because it’s just so easy to clean and it’s a snap to dry-off. Plus it takes just a second to put on my baby. It can be thrown in the washing machine. Although that’s not a big sell with me because I do enough laundry around here. I’d rather be able to easily wipe a bib down and have it be ready for the next feeding. Weaknesses: Kind of a pain to put on, more expensive than other bibs, a lot of material on young babies (see photo). That said, not all of Oxo’s products are the best option out there, so we’ve rounded up the most reliable, easy-to-use Oxo utensils that just might turn you into a chef.

I don’t exactly understand why this BabyBjorn bib is called the “soft bib” because it’s actually pretty rigid. In fact, my baby had no interest in having this on and I don’t really blame him. It just seems too stiff. Everyone knows that babies need bibs. But it probably wasn’t until you actually reached the throes of parenthood that you realized just how necessary bibs are. You can easily go through several a day, and different activities require a specific type of bib. Some brands look great but don’t catch food as well as you’d think. Others don’t stay on when babies start wiggling around.Final Word on the Bumkins Junior Bib: If you want a bit more coverage in a bib, this is a fantastic option. Which bibs did I love the most? If you’ve got a Disney lover, this is a great option because it comes in 11 different Disney patterns. So you might be able to convince an anti-bib toddler to put this on without a struggle. Long live Belle!

They come at a heftier price, but honestly, it seems that the budget options are just as good in most cases as the more expensive counterparts. Final Word on the OXO Tot Roll Up Bib: A really great option. Make sure you have a of couple bibs because the bib might not be dry, from cleaning, by the next feeding time. Tommee Tippee Explora Easi-roll BibEven babies who aren’t yet eating solids or sprouting pearly whites could use some extra protection. A bib can keep dribbled breastmilk or formula off of your little one’s clothes during feedings — and help sop up the inevitable spit-up that comes after. You’ll probably go through a lot of these each day, so get a bunch. Overview: As far as I’ve been able to tell, there is VERY little difference between these Happy Healthy Parent bibs and the PandaEar bibs above.

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