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The baby bib, one of the essentials of the changing bag.

Rightly called a "bib", this model of cloth and terry cloth bibs will be your newborn's first. From the moment of birth, it will be your ally against spit-up and saliva spills. Slip some into your birth list for an original, practical and inexpensive gift that will become your child's favourite. Discover the many colourful fantasy prints below and treat yourself! Several bibs will be useful for everyday organisation and cleanliness.

From the first 6 months, your toddler will spit up after feeding or bottle-feeding and will also be teething. A period full of chattering and spitting up during which the bib will become your best friend. By protecting your baby's chest and clothes on a daily basis, you will be able to live through this stage more serenely. From breast or bottle feeding to solid food, the bib will catch all the spills from feeding and drooling thanks to its terry lining.


When to use the baby bib?

Adapted to the neck of very young children, it is perfectly suitable from 0 to 6 months. It will first of all help to catch any spit-up after breastfeeding or bottle-feeding. It becomes very practical when baby starts drooling and teething. You can then use it to wipe the corner of his mouth and chin and protect your little girl's or boy's clothes (and always in style with our fancy prints). A great bib to use from the very first days until they start learning to eat.


Will the scracth hold when baby pulls on the bib?

In the first few months, children touch, pull and test everything they find. This is part of their learning process, which is why we have made the scracth gently resist the efforts of the toddler so that he doesn't pull off the bib. However, it is still very easy for parents to remove, especially when your baby falls asleep during feeding and needs to be removed discreetly!


What are the advantages of the terry cloth lining?

Our bibs are made of cotton or gauze fabric for the aesthetic side and a terry cloth lining for the reverse side. This has a high absorption capacity. This means that spit-up and saliva cannot pass through it and stain your newborn's clothes. The terry lining is also very soft and comfortable, so your child will be comfortable in hot weather and with his or her shirt off. As your little angel enters the phase of food diversification, we advise you to opt for our coated cotton bib with its catch tray, which is more practical for holding applesauce and purees.


Flexible, pretty and resistant to frequent washing.

At Papa Pique et Maman Coud, we pay a lot of attention to quality and aesthetics. So this bib is adorned with pretty printed cotton fabrics and cotton gauze that you can easily coordinate with your baby's outfit. Patterns that will make everyone fall in love! We've also paid attention to the quality of the fabric and terry lining so that they can withstand regular machine washing. They keep their colours and absorbency. A little advice: remember to close the Velcro before putting it in the machine to avoid damaging other clothes!


How many bibs should I plan for my baby's arrival?

Are you planning your baby's arrival and birth list? Are you wondering how many bibs you will need for your baby's arrival? You should know that a baby drinks an average of 5 to 8 bottles or feeds over 24 hours during the first few months. Ideally, one bib should be used for every two feedings, but this is not always possible because of spit-up. That's why we advise you to have at least 5 to 8 bibs at your disposal to cope with all the spills and to have time to wash them.


Are you hesitating between this model and the bandana?

We advise you to have both in your nappy bag. The bandana is more practical for feeding time as it covers the clothes better and protects them from spillage. Whereas the bandana bib is most often worn outside of mealtimes throughout the day, to protect the chest from excess drool, without hiding a nice outfit.