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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Bibs for Baby

  1. Valerie says:

    Aww, the Skip Hop Zoo bib is too cute!

  2. Anonymous says:

    AHHH, the bee bib! I have dreams where everything in my life is as cute as this (love the elephant one from etsy too!)

  3. joyababy says:

    the joyababy bgreen bib – another great choice! reversible, machine washable, real scoop that catches real food AND stylish design! all for $14.00!

  4. Molly Gorman says:

    i would love to find the perfect absorbent bib! my baby must have a leak when she drinks from the bottle and her bibs and always her clothes are soaked. i got the baby’s r us green sprouts. i have to say ….. they leak. i need a new suggestion folks!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love the bibs that are made from dishcloths! They are the best that I have found. They are big enough to cover their clothes, wash easily, and they can’t take them off because they have a ‘t-shirt’ neck hole! If anyone knows where I can get some more I would love a recommendation because I can’t sew!

  6. Tiffany Hirschi says:

    I love the bibs made from dishcloths! They wash well, have great coverage, and kids can’t take them off because they have a ‘t-shirt’ neck hole! If anyone knows where I can get some more I would love a recommendation! I would make some but I cant sew!

  7. Joanna Louise Ahrens says:

    The eat n play smock is so smart!!

  8. Micheal Meyer says:

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  9. tuiadam says:

    I love the Elephant one! Down Home Amy makes these and other cute things too. There re-useable snack pouches are great for kids’ snacks

  10. Anonymous says:

    Ikea has something very similar for much less money!

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