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    Bibs

    HELP! What type of bibs are best??? I have two one-year olds who are SUPER messy! I need bibs that will stay on, wipe well, and are fairly full coverage.

    Any favorites?

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    I have parents provide the bibs, but one of my one year olds has a good one...I htink it's Kushies...it goes over his shoulders (he puts his arms through) so harder for him to pull off.

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    I love these ones from IKEA

    http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/70179754/

    They have full sleeves and wash easy.

    I even use these for paint smocks for the little ones 1-3 years old. It has never let paint through the clothes yet

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    Same as spixie...I use the ikea ones for meals and painting too...they are very affordable and very durable.

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    I have a few of the Kushies ones...one has a short sleeve and others are just wide bibs...I love them! They go in the wash eo easily but are like almost plastic like so easy for quick wipes. I have had one for 2yrs now and it's still hard to pull off! Worth the $$

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    The Kushies one mentioned above with the full sleeves. Not the least expensive kind, but wonderful!!! One of my p/t boys has one that mom puts in the bag, and I love it so much that when I open at full capacity again, I am going to go buy one for each kid.

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    If you live near a Zeller's at the moment they all have their bibs 40% off they might have the full sleeve ones - these are my favorite style as well.
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    I agree...love love the Ikea ones...full sleeve, super cheap...I've been using the same ones for a year now!
    Children are great imitators.
    So give them something great to imitate.

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    I have Kushies that look like the ones posted above from Ikea. I have the Crayola green paint covers that look the same, over the shoulder and cover the arms that work for lunch and snack too if I haven't done laundry!

    Thanks Spixie33 ~ I didn't know Ikea had these and will go get some for back up as there are days that laundry doesn't get done for a few days. I'm needed with a book and tea instead

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    I was looking at the ikea ones! I wasn't sure if they were any good because they are priced so well! Good to hear that they work! I will order some today!

    Thanks

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