Absorbent Food Catcher Bib – Hedgehog
- A bib with a food catcher pocket
- 100% cotton, doubled with terrycloth
- Hedgehog and mushroom design
- For newborns and up
- Made in Quebec
Is something stinging? No, it’s not spicy food! It’s the adorable multicoloured hedgehogs, out for a stroll on the food catcher bib. With its sky blue edging, we are sure that this sweet Hedgehog bib will quickly become an essential part of mealtimes!
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Give yourself peace of mind
How do you do that? By using a bib that really protects your children’s clothes. Our food catcher bib measures 46 cm x 30 cm, which means it covers a lot! And its pocket at the bottom catches the crumbs and food that goes flying during a meal, so that your child stays cleaner longer!
Amazing and absorbent!
It’s true – our food catcher bib is amazing. It’s also very absorbent, as it’s made with super soft cotton and doubled up with absorbent terrycloth. It helps lessen the mess when your child is learning to drink from a big cup – even a 180 ml (6 ounce) cup!
Who can wear this beautiful bib?
In theory, everyone. But it was designed for children from 0 to 6 years old, and with its two snap closures at the neck, it adapts to your child’s body shape perfectly! It’s useful starting right at birth, if your newborn spits up a lot. Then it works wonders during teething. And lastly, it’s an essential accessory for learning how to eat by themselves at the table!
Nothing is easier than washing our food catcher bib. Made with pure cotton, you can put it in the washing machine with the rest of your laundry, no special treatment required. Whether you choose to hang it to dry in the sun, lay it flat indoors, or throw it in the dryer, it all works. What’s the key? Just don’t worry. Because even if it’s stained, no one will notice – its adorable colourful design hides it all!
An ethical bib
When you choose a Béké-Bobo food catcher bib, you’re choosing an ethical bib! All our bibs, for both young and old, are handsewn in Quebec.