The many uses of a Liewood smock bib: meals, arts and craft, water play
Anyone with a messy toddler knows what fun it is trying to keep them clean. From the dining table to the playground, there’s smudges and muck galore.
Which is why we love the Liewood smock bib when it comes to all things mess.
The Liewood smock bib is a 100% silicone long sleeve bib – it’s a feeding smock, come art smock, come ‘anytime crayons/glitter/ice cream comes near your little one’ smock. And its versatility is what makes it such an allrounder.
What do you get when you put a baby, a high chair and a bowl of pumpkin puree in a room? One messy (likely orange) baby that’s what! Bad jokes aside, meal times can be chaos when it comes to our little mess makers.
Luckily, Nordlife has you covered (quite literally) with our beautiful and functional range of Liewood Smock Bibs.
Made from 100% recycled polyester, these smocks are the ultimate must-have for protecting little people from big messes. They’re waterproof, long sleeved and include a sneaky catch-all pocket.
Our Baby Bib range consists of bibs for two separate purposes – we have a variety of feeding bibs made of silicone and other materials that are perfect for starting solid foods & learning to eat; as well as a range of dribble and bandana bibs made of organic cotton for the teething babies. In this article below, we will introduce you to our amazing range of feeding bibs.
Silicone Baby Bibs
Liewood silicone bibs are super practical, easy to clean and dishwasher safe. The bibs are made from 100% LFGB approved food-grade silicone & they are completely free of nasty chemicals. No BPA or phthalates in sight!
The bib has a deep spill pocket to catch any spillage & food that doesn’t make it into your child’s mouth. The bibs are made of comfortable & flexible silicone, that is easily adjustable and have a safe fastening feature. They rounded neckband provides a snug, yet comfy fit.
Oh those wonderful first months of having a brand new baby! At some point you will realise though that your little baby is not so much a baby anymore and one of the first big steps they will take will be getting to know solid foods.
Most parents start introducing solids to their babies around 5-7 month mark. Of course, every baby is different and depending on their pre-solids diet and your personal preferences you might want to start a bit sooner or a bit later, but eventually you will have to start it either way.
Not only will you then need to learn about what are the best foods to start expanding your baby’s diet with but also familiarise yourself with the best bowls & plates, bibs & spoons and so much more.