There is more to the life of a Dribble bib for babies than simply mopping up excess amounts of drool. They are really one of the most useful items that you can have in your baby bag. Aside from their obvious use of protecting baby’s clothes while feeding and catching dribbles they also serve a few other uses – especially when they are clean and food free. It is always worth packing a few extra that you think you will need into your baby changing bag before you go out as you never know when they are going to come in handy.
If you don’t have children you will probably be wondering what other purpose they could possibly serve, but as a parent you know just how handy they are. Whenever your child has a runny nose, a smudge on their face or general dirt and the like stuck to them the bib is there as a soft method of cleaning them up, especially if there are no tissues or cleansing wipes to hand. The bib also comes in handy for cleaning up your little one if they have a tumble, spill their food or generally get themselves into a state. Spills are easily mopped up as the fabric is nice and absorbent and the best thing is that they can be used over and over again as they are washable to within an inch of their lives.
If you are using the trendy bandana bibs you will also discover that they can finish out a little outfit and add a little extra to your baby’s appearance. It may not be top on your list of priorities making sure that your little one is colour coordinated every day but there are some parents for whom it is really important. So these scarf and bandana bibs are also something of a baby styling accessory too. No matter what style of bib you prefer they come in handy when you need to hold something hot, dry something that is wet and protect any kind of surface from dirt or food waste. They are all perfectly sized for ease of transportation and use and are a must have addition to any baby changing bag worth its salt. You should never leave home without at least a couple of spares in your bag. The day that your baby is fully weaned and able to feed themselves properly is the day that the bib is no longer needed for its original purpose and can be recycled for use in other areas.