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I hate these. But my husband loves these. Soooo… you either love it or don’t. I find these are a nuisance to my sons arms when they eat as they move. My husband will argue that they are so much easier to clean that it doesn’t matter. Try em
They’re ok. They do what they’re supposed to but my baby hates them because they’re uncomfortable. The neck hole is big so it offers no protection for under the chin and the neck of the clothing. I have to pull it back so it covers properly, but then the bib crinkles and is uncomfortable under my son’s neck. The only good thing is that they’re very easy to clean. My son likes to chew on this so I guess it’s his new teething toy. I just spent the extra money and got the Kushies waterproof bibs. They’re flexible and your baby won’t even notice it’s on.
Perfect for keeping meal time mess to a minimum. However, my baby thinks all things silicone are teething toys, so that presents a challenge… Also, not the most gentle on baby’s neck, especially during an eczema flare up.
These are fine for the price. They are not very soft or thick but that quality seems to be reflected in the price. They tend to buckle at the neck slightly so they are better for older self feeders. I find they don’t do much for my baby who makes a big mess, it all drips through where they buckle. The buckling seems to be due to the fact that the silicon is not super soft. Overall they are fine and especially for older kids.
Can't argue with the price of these bibs. Easy to clean, I just throw it in the top rack of the dishwasher. However the pocket does not manage to catch much food as the opening is too narrow and the neck opening is too big for my 9 month old, which means water drips onto his collar. The neck clasp is also uncomfortable for baby and he keeps trying to rip it off, which means all the food that landed on the bib ends up on his face.