One of the most common mistakes first-time moms make is thinking that baby bibs are only for older babies who are already eating solid food. Even if your baby is still breastfeeding, you can actually use a bib to protect your baby's clothes from saliva and spitting up.
However, when shopping for bibs for your newborn, you need to pay attention to the following issues:
Make sure the bib is designed for newborns.
When buying baby bibs, you need to pay attention to the age of the baby, buy bibs corresponding to the age of the baby, and avoid the bibs that are too large and not suitable for babies.
Make sure the newborn bib is easy to put on and take off.
As a parent, you go through that phase where you're time pressured and sleep deprived from caring for your baby, so all your baby supplies should be easy to use. For baby bibs, make sure they're easy to put on and take off—and have one in every room of the house that you and your baby frequent.
Make sure the bib is comfortable.
Finally, make sure that the newborn baby bib you will be buying is comfortable, safe and has good absorbency. Make sure the bib doesn't fit snugly around the baby's neck. You don't want to cut off circulation or make it harder for your baby to breathe.
Whether you have a son or a daughter, baby bibs are the ultimate solution to keep any type of spill from ruining their original baby clothes. Plus, the bib protects your baby's delicate skin from rashes or allergies.
Product size 23*4*32
Age 1-6 years old
Used Bib keeping baby cloth clean