Why do you need more Bibs for Baby Boy than a Baby Girl?
Research has shown that baby boys drink more milk per day as compared to baby girls. Baby boys are more susceptible to maternal stress and despair in the womb, birth trauma, and need more attention and care of mothers. Newborn boys show higher cortisol levels than girls. To overcome this depression, baby boys feed every two hours a day because Stress-regulating brain circuitries develop slowly in boys. So being a new mom, you need to stock up more bibs for baby boy.
Another reason is that baby boys show more frustration at six months as compared to baby girls. When they breastfeed more and do more physical activity, they get hungry more. They grow faster in height and gain more weight than baby girls. So you need more bibs, more burp cloths, and more diapers for baby boys. So being a mother of a little champ, here are some other feeding essentials you may need:
Lots of bibs
Breast pads to control milk leakage
Breast pump to extract milk
Milk storage container to save milk
Baby bottle feeder
Lotion for sore breast nipple
Baby bottle cleaning brush
How many baby bibs do you need?
Bandana bibs, scoop bibs, and coverall bibs with tie and bow look cute but are not suitable for baby boys under 1 to 8 months old. Because they do not eat solids, they get uncomfortable due to hard material. Bibs made with soft natural fabric like cotton and flannel are suitable because they are soft and breathable. Depending on the feeding frequency, you may need seven bibs a week to seven bibs a day. As newborn babies occasionally spit up after breastfeeding. If you don't wear a baby with a bib, you need to change and wash baby clothes more often.
Do you need bibs for breastfeeding?
Yes, during breastfeeding, the milk spills from the mothers' nipple, and the baby spits up milk at various times almost every two hours. The stains of milk are hard to wash and leave ugly yellow marks on baby clothes, especially on the neckline. If you use harsh detergent or bleach to remove the stains, it ruins the fabric. It is wise to use a drool/dribble bib and burp cloth for baby boys during breastfeeding. When the baby starts solid, then you can use bibs made of silicon.
Can you let baby sleep with a bib on?
We must stress that babies should never fall asleep with a bib on. Sleeping in bibs poses a serious risk for choking or strangulation hazard. As soon as the baby has finished feeding delicately remove the bib.
Why do you need to buy bibs for baby boy from 144 Collection?
When you go to a local shop or visit any online store, you notice limited colors and prints for baby boys. When you see a collection for baby girls, you think would that color or that print be available in the boy's collection. The good news is that 144 Collection’s bibs for baby boys aim to solve this problem for mothers. You will find vibrant, eye-catching, and cute prints and colorful bibs for your little ninja. The impressing characteristics of our collection of cute baby boy bibs are as follows:
Variety of the fun designs and catchy colors to match with baby clothes.
Separate collection of handmade baby bibs for girls and boys.
Cotton and flannel made that are CPSIA compliant.
Terry cloth for better absorption
No buttons for closure that irritates the baby
Velcro closure to easily fasten and unfasten the bib
Easy hand wash and machine wash
Don't need iron after wash
Matching set of baby bibs and burp cloths
No harmful plastic used
If you’re looking to keep your baby nourished and free from messes, get your bibs for baby boy now at 144 Collection.