I’m not often the fun parent; that is strictly Dad’s role. But occasionally, when I’m feeling extra adventurous or am in an especially good mood, the “fun mom” side of me comes out. The typical activities I tend to visit during these rare times are some sort of arts and crafts: playdoh, slime, puddy, finger painting, actual painting, or some other sort of creating. We color on a regular basis with crayons or colored pencils, but to take it up a notch, or two, simply doesn’t happen a whole ton around here when I’m in charge. Why? The mess.
To some, the entertainment of these activities outweighs the mess in the end. But I have a hard time enjoying it knowing that by the end everything and everyone will be messy and it'll likely end with a change of clothes and/or a bath! Enter an incredibly intuitive product for babies and kiddos to help save the day and more often awake the “fun mom” inside: the Bapron.
Baprons were designed as “the bib for kids who hate bibs!” It is a bib/apron combination that works fantastically not just for mealtimes, but for messy playtime as well! Here are a few highlights of the awesome Bapron:
Two sizesThere is one size for toddlers that fits from 6 months - 3 years and one size for kids that fits from 3-7 years.
Awesome designsThere are a variety of colors and patterns that aren’t your typical, cheesy bib choices that your kids will love just as much as you love them.
Easy to clean
For small messes, simply rinse the Bapron in cold water and use soap if necessary, then allow it to air dry. For larger, deeper messes, stick these in the washing machine with your regular laundry and let it tumble dry on low or medium heat.
Waterproof AND stain resistantThese are incredibly durable thanks to the eco-friendly polyester that has been treated and finished to be waterproof and highly stain resistant!
ComfortableA lot of little ones don’t appreciate wearing bibs because of the tightness and/or uncomfortableness of the fastenings around the neck. The folks at BapronBaby realized this and made a fantastic solution: the Bapron slides up over the arms and onto the shoulders and then ties in the back, not at the neck!
Stays onBecause of the nature of how this goes on, it becomes very difficult for a toddler to pull this off mid-meal. A grown up will likely need to assist to get it off, and therefore it can stay on until after it is needed.
This is especially true for the smaller batch of toddlers who wear these. The Bapron could easily cover laps and even legs! Then, as the babe grows, it’ll still remain fairly long--long enough to catch items instead of having food or art supplies dirty a toddler’s pants!