View Full Version : Good Bibs
08-07-2005, 01:51 PM
Does anyone know of good bibs??? I have tried so many and this is what problems I am encountering. The necks are way too large and everything is dribbling onto my sons necklines and onesies and they are "riding up" even though I tuck them under the high chair tray but somehow they are coming out and working their way into a wrinkle that eventually gets in his face. I would prefer a non cloth type that is washable but any advice would be great. I have tried Sassy, Bumpkins, and the Target brand.
08-07-2005, 09:27 PM
I was just thinking today while putting a bib on my daughter today what a good buy these were since we use them all the time and they still look great. They are thick terry so they soak up spills before they get on her clothes. They are cloth (my daughter never has liked plastic bibs) that tie so you can make the neck as small as you want.
08-07-2005, 09:51 PM
After trying waaay too many bibs, we LOVE the Dex ones for feeding. They're available at Wal-Mart and Meijer (if you're in the midwest) - vinyl, with a big pocket that both catches mess and helps it to catch on the tray, so it doesn't ride up. Comes in two sizes - so one should be right. Also, great price - under $4. Funniest thing is that many of them have Sally Huss designs on them - so they're adorable, too, and many people have asked which boutique I found them in!
Here's a link to an online store - did a quick Google search, and lots of people sell them if you can't find them at a B&M store. http://www.babyant.com/bc011109.html
08-09-2005, 11:21 AM
Thanks so much. Running to Walmart now.....
08-09-2005, 11:30 AM
Yes, yes, yes....Sally Huss bibs from Wal-Mart!!! They are my absolute favorite!! I buy them for every baby shower I'm invited too! lol And I found out about them here. :) I haven't tried the Dex bibs but they sound similar. The pocket is great for catching stuff. LOVE that they are vinyl like & I can just wipe them down...I throw them in the wash about once a week unless we have a huge mess. I like that feature the best...I don't have to wash them every day. My DD is a messy little eater & I have one "abetterbib" for her, which I like but I'd have to have at least 7 & that's WAY too much money for us. After going through many, many types of bibs I finally hit my own personal jack-pot when someone here mentioned Sally Huss! :D
08-09-2005, 04:27 PM
Sally Huss from Wal-Mart. We have 2 of them --- one for home, one for diaper bag. I don't use anything else and thanks to the PP who said they give them for showers... great idea! :)
~ mama to a sweet boy named Harrison ~ 4.6.04
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