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Baby Registery: Bibs

When you first start your baby registry, you realize just how many baby products are out there. It’s overwhelming for anybody but especially for first-time expecting parents, who, shall we say, have a lot of other things on their mind! We’d love to help you narrow down the playing field here at Project Nursery as you check items off your registry list.

I’ll be honest. I own each type of bib listed below. After two babies, I’ve found different types serve different purposes. Some are great for babies who spit up, some for super drooly teething phases, others are great for absorbing all those milk drips, and some are great for catching crumbs for early self feeders. My first son was fine with velcro; my second needed a snap or the bib was on the floor. Quality is worth the investment because they hold up wash after wash.

Best Bibs - Project Nursery

aden + anais Muslin Snap Bib, Mum2Mum Wonder Bib, BabyBjorn Soft Bib, JJ Cole Bib, Mommapia Bib n Burp

 Check out the rest of our Baby Registry series.

Don’t forget about BabyList, a one-stop spot to register for products from many different stores.

Andrea Lowe

Saturday 5th of October 2013

I sew my own bibs :)

Ross Neytiri

Sunday 6th of October 2013

Good for you. No need to get those branded bibs.

Jillian Scotts

Thursday 3rd of October 2013

I like the idea of the BabyBjorn soft bib, but I am not sure the jiggly part is comfortable.


Thursday 3rd of October 2013

Yeah, and it's weightier than the bibs made of fabric. My kid just wants to grab it and take it off!