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How many baby bibs: a matter of practice and organization

When you become a parent, you ask yourself many questions, especially about the equipment needed to take care of your baby on a daily basis. Among these equipment, the bib is one of the essentials to avoid stains on baby's clothes. But how many bibs should be provided for baby? In this article, we will address this practical question.

How many bibs do you need?

There is no single answer to this question, as it depends on several factors. First of all, it depends on how often you change the baby bib. If you change bibs every meal, you will obviously need more bibs than if you use one for the whole day. In general, babies need two to four bibs a day.

It's also important to consider how often you wash the bibs. If you tend to wash bibs every day, you'll need more bibs than if you wash them every few days.

Finally, it also depends on the type of bib you use. Cloth bibs require washing after each use, while disposable bibs can be used multiple times.

What type of bib to choose?

There are several types of bibs on the market, each with its pros and cons. Here is an overview of the main types of bibs:

  • Cloth bibs: these bibs are often made of cotton or sponge. They are reusable and can be machine washed. They are therefore economical and ecological. However, they do need to be washed after each use.

  • Disposable bibs: these bibs are very practical because they do not require washing. They are also very hygienic as they can be thrown away after each use. However, they are less environmentally friendly than cloth bibs.

  • Waterproof bibs: These bibs are often made of plastic or silicone. They are very practical because they are waterproof and protect baby's clothes from stains. However, they may be less comfortable for baby than cloth bibs.

How to organize the bibs?

To be effective, it is important to organize the bibs within easy reach. You can store them in a drawer in the changing table, in a basket near the high chair or in a hanging bag near the dining table.

It's also important to have a spare bib or two on hand when you go out with baby, in case the bib in use gets dirty or wet.


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