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Reddit reviews: The best baby bibs & burp cloths sets

We found 8 Reddit comments discussing the best baby bibs & burp cloths sets. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 8 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Baby Bibs & Burp Cloths Sets:

u/erosebro · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

My first recommendation is to check to see if she has a baby registry. New parents need/want LOTS of stuff, and while all gifts are appreciated, having someone help cover the essentials always made us really happy! Some of my favorite gifts were for things we needed like extra bottles, bassinet sheets, and giftcards to Amazon.

Now, to your question - here are some top items we've used with our new baby:

u/CarolineH10 · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I thought this may help my fellow new parenters out there. If you're anything like me, you scoured the internet checking off every "must-have" baby items list before your LO was born, but I still ended up having Amazon deliver things about every other day for the first couple months.

As a disclaimer, I'm not saying these are MUST HAVE items. I just went through my Amazon purchases and I'm writing down some things that I purchased in those 3 AM wee hour Amazon shopping sprees.

Here's a compilation of everything that I felt I missed in my preparation for my baby girl:

  • An electric nail file. I was terrified to cut her nails myself. This is a safe and easy alternative.
  • A Swaddle UP. This allows her hands to be by her face, which she preferred her first month or two.
  • Friedababy MediFrida. My baby had a rough go of reflux and was diagnosed with Ranitidine pretty quickly. This helped us give her doses with no fuss!

  • Comfy shorts for me. I was unprepared for my post C-Section body and clothing options.

  • Gripe Water / Colic Drops. My reflux baby had some rouuuuugh nights. These helped? Maybe? Witching hour SUCKS.
  • A bigger swaddle that ZIPS. Screw trying to unvelcro my child out of her swaddle quietly at 2 AM.
  • A mirror to help with tummy time. She still hates tummy time. But she does like looking at herself for a while. So I count that as a win.
  • MORE. BOOKS. you don't have enough. I promise. After the 15th time of reading "The Rainbow Fish" you'll appreciate a change of pace. I personally recommend, "The Wonky Donkey."
  • Trial and error pacis. Your kid will have a preference and you'll just have to figure out which. Once you figure it out, buy extras.

  • Bibs / ABSORBENT Burp Cloths. Again... You don't have enough. And the little tiny rags that Gerber tries to sell at Target will not do the trick. Get some THICK in your burp cloth regimen.

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    I hope this helps! Let me know if there's anything you would add to the list.
u/tchmnkyz · 1 pointr/predaddit

One more thing i would say. YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MANY BURP CLOTHS... lol We use them for everything. we love this style: https://www.amazon.com/Muslin-Baby-Burp-Cloths-Girls/dp/B0772P4YGX/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1526498521&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=burp+cloths+bib&psc=1

It can be a bib or a burp cloth and is great even as they get older!!!

u/Kelekona · 2 pointsr/mealprep

You want tepid food the first couple of days, cold is also fine. You also do not want to use a straw.

What do you normally eat?

Root vegetables that have been steamed into mush, bananas, mushy peas or refried beans, wonderbread, nut butter, vegetable juice, egg salad or savory custard, chilled noodles, unflavored gelatin or a nice stock for savory gelatin... a couple of pouches of baby food or toddler food would make a good emergency snack. Cheerios should be okay as long as you drink something between bites. Jook might be good when you can start eating warm food.

You have time to buy a food mill, blender, potato ricer, or baby food maker. This is cheap and will probably get the job done.

Don't worry about if something is high-calorie or low calorie for the volume. You probably won't want to eat much until you start to heal.

u/YinzerHippo · 2 pointsr/NewParents

I love these burp clothes!

KiddyStar Organic Cotton, 5-Pack Baby Burp Cloths, Large 21"x10", Triple Layer, Thick, Soft and Absorbent Towels, Plain White Burping Rags for Newborns, Baby Shower Gift for Boys and Girls https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074W62V76/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_-LhwCbKB2DW57

u/TA_DL · 3 pointsr/ABDL

Not this exact kind, but Amazon seem to have similar ones for about five bucks.