How the Right Bibs Make Mealtimes Easier for Special Needs Families

For many of us parents with babies, toddlers and young children, mealtimes can either be wonderful fun parts of the day…or times that are particularly challenging and really stressful.

Some of our kids love everything we feed them and can’t wait to get in their highchairs or sit at the table. Some can also be picky eaters, refuse good healthy food, and get fussy and cranky…making giant messes of themselves, their clothes, trays, us, the floor and anything else within striking distance.
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Let Your Kids Go Crazy… With Art!

When teaching your youngsters art, it’s often best to allow them to go a little crazy with the process of creating it. Not only does giving them creative freedom allow them to better express their feelings through their art, letting them do anything with art just makes the activity that much more fun—and lets kids be kids.

Preparation

To give kids the opportunity to go crazy with their art, preparation is necessary. You’ll need to gather up the right equipment, paints, materials, and, of course, a kid’s smock. It will also be helpful if you have an easy-to-clean space you can dedicate solely to messy art activities. Continue reading

Baby Products: What to Buy for Your Newborn

The long wait is almost over! In a month, you’ll finally be holding your baby in your arms, so congratulations! Right now you probably want to buy everything that your newborn could possibly need. While this is only natural, know that there are a few baby products that you won’t need until your infant is a few months older.

Large-sized baby clothes

It’s okay to stock up on a few large-sized baby clothes. However, buying too many could mean that your tot will have a full wardrobe of clothing that he or she will only fit into after 6 to 12 months. It’s a good idea to figure out how many outfits your baby needs before you end up shopping too much. Continue reading

Tips for Keeping Your Baby Clean While Feeding

One of the more challenging times for parents with babies is the introduction of semi-solid and solid food. Young children often spill their food everywhere, even when you have already placed the food in their mouths. Many people find this sight adorable; however, having to clean up the mess afterwards isn’t exactly fun.

There are a few things you can do to keep the mess at a minimum, yet instill proper eating habits in your little bundle of joy. Here are a few suggestions you can try the next time feeding time comes around:

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BIBBITEC MARCH MADNESS SMOCK PROMO

Get $10 OFF the bibbitec® Ultimate Smock or Ultimate Smock Junior from now until March 31st.

Ultimate Savings on a Cute Kids Art Smock that Helps Keep Creative Kids Clean!

You want your young children to enjoy expressing themselves creatively, whether through painting and other art projects, or even through helping you in the kitchen. Some youngsters love spreading color across paper with their fingers or brushes. Others can’t wait to start sifting flour or mixing batter for homemade treats. Who knows…you might be nurturing the next budding art prodigy or top chef.

 

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BIBBITEC MARCH MADNESS SMOCK PROMO

Get $10 OFF the bibbitec® Ultimate Smock or Ultimate Smock Junior from now until March 31st.

Ultimate Savings on a Cute Kids Art Smock that Helps Keep Creative Kids Clean!

You want your young children to enjoy expressing themselves creatively, whether through painting and other art projects, or even through helping you in the kitchen. Some youngsters love spreading color across paper with their fingers or brushes. Others can’t wait to start sifting flour or mixing batter for homemade treats. Who knows…you might be nurturing the next budding art prodigy or top chef.
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Bibbitec’s Trusted Baby Bibs and Kids’ Smocks Are 100% Made in America

As a maker of baby bibs and kids’ smocks that moms and dads put their trust in, this is a subject that is near and dear to our hearts.

In a national survey published just last year by Consumer Reports magazine, 78 percent of Americans said they would prefer to buy a U.S. made product when given a choice between one made here and an identical one made overseas.

More than 8 out of 10 of those individuals mentioned maintaining jobs in manufacturing and helping to keep American production strong and competitive globally as key reasons for purchasing American. About 60 percent said they believed that American-made goods were of higher quality, or pointed out concern regarding using child laborers or various other low-cost labor overseas.

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