5 Types Of Baby Bibs and Their Uses
Bibs… every parent needs them, they’re an essential! But over the years bibs have evolved and shopping for them isn’t quite as simple as it was a few years ago. You may be wondering why we need different types of bibs and what are they used for, but not to worry, that is where we come in! We’re here to help you learn about the 5 different types of bibs and why they are useful.
Here at Ziggle, we specialise in bandana dribble bibs, it’s what we’re most famous for and if you’ve used them yourself, you can see why! Our multi-award winning dribble bibs are the stylish solution for your dribbly little ones. The gathered neck is used to catch dribble, protecting little ones from the dreaded drool rash as well as a soggy outfit. Dribble bibs can be used from when your baby is a newborn, making them perfect for when you are breast feeding or bottle feeding to catch any milk. Not only are dribble bibs super practical, but they are super stylish too! They are the perfect piece to tie your little one’s whole look together. Click here to shop over 200 dribble bibs.
Traditional Classic Bib
Like the bandana dribble bib, the classic bib is used to catch any drops of drool or milk whilst feeding. These bibs are a half moon shape, usually a cloth or towel like material.
Long sleeve waterproof bibs are suitable for littles ones between 6 months and 2 years and are worn like a painting apron, so whether its mealtime or just messy play time, little ones will be kept clean and dry! Coverall bibs will usually include a crumb catcher to help catch any bits your little one may drop. Ziggle’s coverall bibs are the perfect, stylish solution to messy mealtimes, even when you’re on the go! They fold to a small compact size, making it easy to pop into your changing bag for on the go fun. You can shop our feeding bibs here, in your favourite Cosatto designs!
Turn up feeding bibs
Waterproof turn up feeding bibs are also useful as their turn up bottom section catches bits and pieces your little one may drop during feeding time. These bibs are made of plastic, rubber or silicone making them easy to clean whilst keeping baby dry.
Disposable bibs are not ideal for everyday use, but they do come in handy when you’re out and about and need an emergency fresh bib, especially when you know you won’t be home for a while to clean or spot treat your material bibs. They’re a great option to keep in your baby bag as a back up bib when emergency strikes.
Now you know the five types of bibs and their uses you can shop bibs with confidence! Get yours and shop our wide collection today!
Love, Team Ziggle x