Looking for simple ways to travel greener with your baby or toddler – without over-complicating your next family vacation? We continue the topic this month with one of the messier issues of travel with tots: chow time.
When it comes to “bibbing-up” your baby or toddler during travel, you may feel like the only earth-friendly option is to create more laundry for yourself – which can be tricky on the road.
Here’s the fix: The Bibbity Bib is soft and flexible and rolls into its own crumb-catching pocket for easy travel, and it requires no laundering in between uses. Just rinse it off and let air dry or blot against your sleeve, travel mama, and toss it back in the diaper bag.
Three neck size settings accommodate baby through young toddler (for kids 3 years and over, you might prefer the larger Baby Bjorn resuable scoop bib that doesn’t roll up, but travels easily otherwise).
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