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    Rig N Gig Waterproof Long Sleeve Bib
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    Loulou Lollipop Absorbent Bandana Bibs | Perfect for Drooling & Spit Up
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    $24.00
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    Loulou Lollipop Silicone Bib
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    LouLou Lollipop Long Sleeve Waterproof Bib
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    Copper Pearl Bandana Bib Set - Ace
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    Children's bibs and smocks are essential accessories for keeping your little one clean and tidy during meal times, messy art projects, or excessive drooling phases. These protective garments come in various styles and materials, each designed to serve a specific purpose in keeping messes at bay and protecting your child's clothing.

    Types of Bibs:

    • Absorbent Bibs: Ideal for catching drool, these bibs are made from soft, absorbent materials to keep your baby's clothes dry and comfortable.
    • Silicone Bibs: Designed for catching food during meal times, silicone bibs are easy to clean and durable, making them perfect for messy eaters.
    • Water-Resistant Bibs: These bibs are specifically crafted to tackle messes like food spills or painting activities. They provide an extra layer of protection against liquids and stains.
    • Hybrid Versions: Some bibs combine features of absorbent, silicone, and water-resistant bibs, offering versatility to handle different types of messes efficiently.

    When Should a Child Wear a Bib? Many parents start using a drool bib from birth to protect their baby's clothing from getting wet due to excessive drooling. Babies may wear a bandana-like bib for up to 2-3 years, depending on the severity of drooling. Feeding bibs become necessary around 6 months of age when solid foods are introduced.

    How Many Bibs Does a Child Need? The number of bibs needed varies depending on your child's drooling habits and mealtime routines. Generally, it's recommended to have a variety of bibs on hand:

    • Start with 3-4 bibs for light droolers and consider having upwards of a dozen for heavy droolers.
    • Have at least 2 mealtime bibs for backup rotation during messy eating sessions.
    • You can always add more bibs as needed, depending on your laundry preferences and your child's needs.
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