Infant

$9.95

The smallest bib in the range, created for precious newborns and premature babies.

The Infant Wonder Bib has a dome closure at the side, instead of at the back, to protect baby’s delicate neck and make it easier for one-handing parents while feeding. wee necks and makes it easy for mum too. It’s adjustable, easy-care, absorbent, and it keeps baby clean and dry – ideal for babies with reflux. Excess moisture can inflame dribble rash and eczema. Our bibs gently draw excess moisture away from the skin without irritation.

  • Our smallest bib designed for newborns.
  • Made from 100% cotton towelling with a nylon resistant backing.
  • Keeps baby clean and dry.
  • Gently draws excess moisture away from the skin without irritation.
  • Machine washable, dryer safe and colourfast.

Size: Birth – 6 months

Awarded:
OHbaby! Awards – Awarded Gold for Best Solid Feeding Product
Mum 2 Mum Wonder Bib Range

Care Instructions

If you take good care of our bibs, they’ll take good care of your little one’s for years to come.

  • After use, we recommend a warm gentle machine wash (40°).
  • Do not use fabric softeners or bleach as this can damage the fabric.
  • Do not iron.
  • Do not dryclean.
  • Medium heat tumble dry.

Customer Reviews

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Danielle Holden
Far to small

Unfortunately these bubs weren't able to be worn as the neck strap was far to small even for my small 3.2kg baby. Such a shame because the brand is amazing and absolutely love the standard one, for both work in ECE and have just recently started using them on my 10 week which are huge but keep our clothes clean and dry duri g and after feeds

We are so sorry for this inconvenience. Our infant bibs fit most newborn babies and can fit some up to approx. 6 months. We recommend lifting babies chin when putting this bib on as you want to get underneath any neck folds they may have. Once wearing, ideally you don't want to see the top of the bib without lifting their chin otherwise liquid could get behind the bib. You should still be able to fit a finger or two behind between baby and the bib. If this isn't the case, I would agree and discontinue use. Thanks for bringing this up with us, we will add neckline measurements to our website to help future customers with their purchase. We're glad you haven't lost faith in our brand though. Thank you for using our Standard Bibs. We're happy they are working well for you.