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Scrunch Bottle Bib: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

The bottle drip isn't going to get wee ones wet anymore. Tired of seeing a ring of milk once her nieces and nephews were done bottle-feeding, Jennifer Edison came to the realization that it isn't the baby that needs a bib, it's her bottle. After testing out a few versions, the Scrunch Bottle Bib ($8) was invented. Once fastened around a bottle, the absorbent, 100 percent cotton cloth is designed to catch drips and dribbles before they land on a lil one's neck. Would you try out the Scrunch Bottle Bib at your next feeding?

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jenni5 jenni5 5 years
LOVE IT! My son was such a messy eater! His bottle always leaked all over him and even around the bibs! If I could find it in stores I might buy for baby #3.
MissSushi MissSushi 5 years
well... im sorry, but that is incredibly obvious, carolynz... considering these are specifically made for a bottle... yeah, they're pretty useless for breastfeeding mothers. since they wont be buying them why is that a problem? The problem with a bib is that sometimes no matter how slow the flow, there is enough to soak their clothes even with the waterproof bibs. My babies both had latch problems.
carolynz carolynz 5 years
Bibs can be used w/ more than just bottles, same w/ burp cloths- these are totally useless if you mainly breastfeed.
MissSushi MissSushi 5 years
dude, dripping milk drives me ABSOLUTELY insane... seriously. My husband thinks I'm bonkers because I flip out when he feeds our son without a bib. Uh, its going to soak his neck and clothes.. I would definitely try this even though it looks a bit strange.
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 5 years
That's so cool! But now I'm kicking myself for not hacking together a DIY version. My daughter's chin used to get chapped and raw from having wet milk dribble down from the bottle.
mstrauss mstrauss 5 years
I can't wait to try this with my newborn in September! I wish I had this with my son a few years ago.
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