It seems like I say this a lot when it comes to baby products, but I’ll say it again. I could have used the Hug-A-Bib and Clippy Cloth about 6 months ago. That was the season when baby M was struggling with projectile vomiting and spitting up several times during each feeding. We figured out that the excessive spitting up and throwing up was due to acid reflux and dairy intolerance. Once that was under control she still spit up quite a bit but it was more manageable. Little babies are so hard to maneuver into clothes to begin with, so it’s so nice to have a product that will effective protect their clothes (and yours) from spit up.
Here is what the owner & designer Lori Schneider says about Hug-A-Bib and Clippy Cloth:
I designed HUG-A-Bib baby bibs to not only be the best baby bib available, but also to be the perfect bib for any child with reflux or GERD. The bibs unique, stay=put design guarantees that this baby bib will not move on the baby so when the reflux does happen it goes on the bib where it belongs, not on baby’s clothing. The babu bib is absorbent, plush and has a waterproof lining to further protect baby’s clothing.
Out burp cloth, the Clippy Cloth, was designed to compliment the Hug-A-Bib baby bib. This burp cloth attached to the mother’s clothing at the shoulder to stay in place on the mother. Clippy Cloth burp clothes are oversized, padded for more comfort for the baby’s resting head, and waterproof to protect mom’s clothing.
We are so confident that these baby bibs and burp cloths will make life easier for all parents that we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on every item!
I was sent the Stay-Put Bib and the Clippy Cloth to try out and review. Stay-Put Bib retails for $11.99 and Clippy Cloth for $19.99.
The Clippy Cloth is amazing, it’s easy to tell that it was designed by someone who has experienced a baby who struggles with frequent reflux or spitting up. My favorite features are the little clip that secures it to the shirt of the adult so it won’t shift or fall off when shuffling baby around and that it is both very absorbent and waterproof. The fact that it’s waterproof really sets the Clippy Cloth apart from other burp cloths on the market.
The Stay-Put Bib really does stay put. I tried it out on baby M, and even though she wouldn’t stay put for a picture- the bib never moved. As with the Clippy Cloth, I appreciate that the Hug-A-Bib is waterproof to more effectively protect baby’s clothes. The strap around the mid-section is a bit odd at first, but it serves it’s purpose well to hold the bib in place. In addition to babies who frequently spit-up, the Hug-A-Bib would be great for early tethers since they seem to soak through ordinary bibs with all the teething related drool.
Both these products are great investments and will definitely make life easier for parents.
Summer received samples
Christine is our in house baby product reviewer. She has two children that are quite adorable, one is 3 1/2 months old and the other is three and in my son’s preschool class. When she’s not taking maternity leave she works at the local children’s hospital