The Spitting Up Milk Phase
- Milk, be it breast or formula, is the primary baby food. Babies grow up on milk only for the first four months. Some babies have a bad reflux and spit up undigested milk a few minutes after consuming it. Babies under the age of 3 months usually spit up milk the most.The spitting up is a result of consuming milk too fast.
Bottled Milk Leaks
- Along with milk spit ups, sometimes the bottled milk leaks and it can destroy your baby’s clothes. Bibs act as a protective covering for bottled milk leaks.
Dribbling and Drooling
- The salivary glands of infants activate after the age of 3-4 months when they start consuming solid foods. The muscles which regulate the production of saliva develop at a later stage. Due to this, excessive saliva comes out as dribble and drool. The constant drooling causes the underneath clothes to become wet, untidy and smelly.
- On average, babies start sprouting teeth after turning 6 months old. Teething is a difficult process for babies and they often get cranky. Drooling and dribbling also intensifies during the teething process due to excessive production by salivary glands. The front of your child’s clothes becomes soggy again and again. Here come bibs to your rescue.
Food Spit Outs
- When babies start eating solid food, they sometimes spit it out. At times it's their way of conveying that they are full and other times they do it just for fun.