BUYER'S GUIDE: 10 Best feeding and drool bibs

From silicone to fabric ones, these adorable bibs can lead your fight against stained clothes in style!

When it comes to picking the right bib for baby, start by considering these:

Purpose of the bib

Feeding bibs tend to be larger in size to cover as much of your kewpie’s clothes as possible. They also tend to come with a crumb-catcher at the base of the bib to catch loose bits of food falling from bubba’s mouth. Unfortunately, the crumb-catcher may make the bib a little too clunky. Choose bibs that are easy to clean and portable — especially if you dine out often.
         Drool bibs — also called teething bibs — tend to be smaller in size (thus more portable). These are designed to absorb the dollops of saliva sliding down from peewee’s lips when teething; this can prevent drool rash. Stick to fabric bibs that are good for machine wash.

Bib sizing
It should not be so loose that your tot’s able to shimmy out of it but not too fitting either — it should not feel like a choker. Most bibs come with adjustable fitting!
          When using the bib, ensure that the Velcro fastener isn’t resting on or rubbing baby’s neck, which might cause irritation leading to an agitated peewee (the last thing you need during mealtime). Also note if bubba’s skin turns red after it has been in contact with the bib – this could point to possible allergies — in which case, stop using the bib immediately.

Click on to see feeding and drool bibs we found adorable