Hippychick Bumkins Sleeved bib
This bib ties at the back so babies can’t just rip it off – great idea!
IKEA KLADDIG Apron-style Bib
I’ve used this bib on Eli and though I’m not a big fan of bibs (I prefer stripping to his nappy at home) this is a pretty good apron-style one.
Tommee Tippee Comfi Neck Bib
The scoop bottom collects spilled food in it- good for out and about. Some parents put one of these over a painter’s apron-style bib for full coverage!
Close Pop-In Coverall Bib
Really good-quality coverall bib that’s hard for babies to remove, highly recommended by a couple of my friends.
Pop-In Close Coverall Bib (6-18 months, Hippo)
Milton antibacterial wipes
For cleaning mucky highchairs and tables out and about.
Milton antibacterial spray
I use this at home – it’s great as no need to rinse off. You can order through the link from Amazon for ease but if they sell it at your local supermarket it will probably be cheaper there.
Cheeky Wipes Hands and Faces Kit
I use cloth wipes for Eli’s bum (we part-time cloth nappy here) so cloth wipes for his face were a natural progression. SO MUCH better than using wet wipes, and great for the planet too. Go to www.cheekywipes.com to order.
If you’re after a disposable option, water wipes are lovely and kind to your baby’s skin.
I’ve had a few people recommend this to me, though I’m yet to invest – it’s supposed to be the best thing for the mess under the highchair, as it’s really easy to clean.