Babero impermeable con mangas pequeño. - Kushies
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- Captura todo bolsillo
- Ligero tejido impermeable.
- Se toallitas fácilmente por lo que se puede reutilizar en la próxima comida, también se puede lavar a máquina.
- Con mangas para cobertura total de la ropa
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Babero impermeable con mangas - pequeño
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Kushies - the smallest of the three bibs (sleeve - 11 inches from neck, width - 10 inches, length - 13 inches from neck).
Ikea - sleeve (14 inches from neck, including a 1 inch fabric cuff), width (12 inches from one seam to another but another 8 inches that wrap around - yea!!), length (14 inches from neck)
Bumpkins - sleeve (14.5 inches from neck), width (13.5 inches), length (12.5 from neck)
Tidy Turtle - the largest (sleeve - 16 inches from neck, width - 14 inches, legth - 15 inches from neck)
Kushies and Ikea are very thin, like umbrella material. Kusies folds down to nothing - great for a full diaper bag. Ikea folds a little thicker due to cloth cuffs and extra fabric.
Tidy Turtle and Bumpkins are thicker and stiffer. Tidy Turtle has a visibly larger weave.
All the sleeves have a 3-inch opening (in diameter).
Kushies - no elastic cuff. Food may fall in and drip onto the baby's arms/clothes.
Ikea - 1 inch of soft spandex fabric. The cuff opening is just a little bit smaller than the other bibs.
Bumpkins and Tidy Turtle - elastic sewn inside the bib material.
My 20lb baby has a skinny neck. Unfortunately, all of the bibs are about the same size around the neck, regardless of what type of closure. Bumpkins ties together at the neck, and the others have velcro. Even they are supposed to be "adjustable" velcro, they are all about the same size opening on the smallest setting. With velcro, you also have to make sure you stick it together before washing. Otherwise, it will stick to and ruin your other clothes. Unfortunately, the Ikea bib has an extra long grippy part that cannot be covered, so you are sure to ruin some delicate clothes if you throw it in the wash without putting it in a separate lingerie bag or something.
In general, all the long sleeve bibs seem too big for my my 1 year old and were too big around the neck area. Sometimes I use a clothes pin to make the neck opening smaller. Aside from that, I feel that Bumpkins and Ikea provide the best coverage without being too big. They are wide and long enough on the bottom and have an elastic cuff to keep Baby's clothes clean. I like Ikea's thinner material and spandex cuffs, but Bumpkins looks cuter (we love Cat in the Hat).
1 - We do not like the elastic wrist on the Bumkins. i understand why some people would like that as it makes it less likely food gets down the sleeve. For us, the extra struggle it causes to get the bib on our son makes it not worth the hassle. It is much simpler to get the Kushies on than the Bumkins.
2 - The Kushies closes with velcro while the Bumkins is tied on. That creates another added difficulty with getting the Bumkins on. While the velcro could lead to a problem if your toddler tries to rip the bib off, we have not had that problem yet (although he had previously been tearing off his non-wearable bibs, which is why we made the change in the first place).
Overall the Kushies is easier. The Bumkins was a much bigger struggle to put on. With the Kushies, our son does not put up a fight.
Neither seems significantly better than the other in terms of protecting his clothing. His pants turn out a mess either way, since he stuffs some food down his seat (something i think no bib could help with), but his shirt generally is still wearable after eating.
In terms of size, I actually prefer the "Infant" up to its limit and a bit beyond. I had initially screwed up and accidentally ordered the Infant size when our son was already 12 months old. He is relatively large (90th percentile length and 80th percentile weight), but the infant actually fit him pretty well where the Toddler size would have been baggy. He is now 15 months old, and the Infant size is only now starting to seem too small. I have since also purchased a Toddler size, and have been using both.