Biggie Bib

$10.00 +200pts

The Biggie Bib is the one and only multi-use, multitasking bib that you and your little ones will ever need. It is like Robin William’s Genie: beautiful, often hilarious, thoughtfully designed, changes functions in a second and beloved, wherever it goes.

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WATERPROOF LAYER: 100% polyester

BOTTOM LAYER: 80% viscose from bamboo, 20% polyester

  1. Wash on warm (max, 140 F/ 60 C) with the recommended amount of detergent.
  2. Line dry when you can or tumble dry on medium.
  3. Do not use laundry soaps such as Castile or coconut-based soaps and detergents with fabric softener.
  4. If you make it till here, you are exceptional. Your baby is going to be just fine. Don't worry.
  5. Take a deep breath. Make yourself a cup of tea. Tell yourself, parenting is a beautiful journey.


Our Biggie Bib is made with waterproof, wipeable PUL on one side and absorbent bamboo terry on the other.

Catches All. The. Food

Designed with a food catcher, that can be snapped on either side of the bib and catches anything that doesn’t make it to your baby’s mouth.

Adjusts in a snap

Three snaps on the neck loop your baby from birth until they leave for college.

Want to burn your money?

Then get a velcro bib made from tablecloth fabric...

Those cheap velcro bibs are as good as disposable. Put them in the washer and they come out wrinkled like Dubledore’s forehead with all kinds of gunk stuck on the velcro, making it almost unusable. And your kids will learn how to open the velcro in no time.
Our Biggie Bibs have snaps for closures and they can be thrown in the washer and dryer hundreds and hundreds of times and they look brand new.
Both sides of the Biggie Bib don’t hold on to any stains either!!

Got an “enthusiastic” eater on your hands?

Like “piranha” levels of enthusiastic?

We all know that watching your baby eat can feel similar to watching a documentary on Animal Planet. The Biggie Bib has the coverage and the catching-power to deal with the mess. So you may be able to actually enjoy mealtime, instead of narrating the carnage in your best David Attenborough voice.

Remember when you had the luxury of doing one thing at a time?

That was back in the BC (before children) era.

Now you have become a multitasking guru and you need products that juggle as hard as you do. Use the food catcher to give snacks to your Kiddos. The PUL side makes a great apron for messy projects. And no matter your food of choice, this bib will be essential when starting your baby on solids.

We know that no person or thing is ever going to be as good at multitasking as a seasoned parent but the Biggie Bib is a close second (at least not until we can perfect the prototype for our Bluetooth enabled diaper-changing robot, with built-in espresso maker and bottle warmer).



Have more questions? We got Sir Attenborough himself to answer some queries on the feeding habits of the wild toddler. (J.K. He was busy, but there’s still some good stuff here.)

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Newbie Guide

Our Biggie Bibs feature a reversible design with a layer of absorbent white terry on one side, and waterproof printed PUL on the other side. It also has adjustable neck snaps that are guaranteed to fit from the first food right until college parties, as well as snaps on the side to allow you to create a food-catching pocket on either side of the bib!
Eating some juicy watermelon for lunch? Snap the bib with the absorbent terry side facing out to help soak up all the juice that might run down your little ones face! Maybe we're trying out mashed potatoes for the first time? The PUL side is easy to wipe down and will keep their clothes sparkling through mealtime.
Stains are just the prize for enjoying every single new food our little ones are trying! To help prevent them, once mealtime is over give it a rinse in some hot water to remove any coloured liquids and stuck-on solids before tossing it through the wash. The sun will also work wonders are naturally bleaching out any stubborn spots!
These wonderful food catchers can easily be washed with your normal laundry or your diapers. Wash on cold or warm to avoid damage to the PUL and hang dry. Rinse out any foods that may stain right away and avoid any fabric softeners that may cause repelling on your bamboo.

Customer Reviews

Based on 165 reviews
Megan Bryant
Biggie Bib

I do wish it was slightly bigger or had size options since it advertises that a child can use it from birth to college. I bought them for my students who are of middle school age to help with feedings, and then are a big snug.

Our Favorite Bib!

This is the best bib! We received one as a gift and loved it so much that I bought a second. It catches dropped food and soaks up everything it needs to without being bulky and in the way like the silicone diapers we've tried. It has far more coverage and is much more waterproof than the fabric diapers we've tried. It is perfect!

Emily Schlieper
Best bib ever!

My son cannot keep bibs on! Anything silicone or Velcro he can rip off and send food flying. The snaps on this make sure it stays put.
Having the option of having the absorbent side out is so helpful for tiny cup practice! I love that it sucks up the water rather then letting it soak my little guy.

Best bibs

I love these bibs! They are larer than a standard bib, so they keep clothes clean. I also love that they don't have velcro! Super easy to wash. I use the Terry side out, and wipe baby's face after she eats. It's super soft and absorbent and works great.

Aryana Dromey
All The Bibs

We have six of these bibs, and I love them for a quick save-the-day moment when my two-year-old son is about to dive into his gooey food with the enthusiasm only a toddler yelling "OGURT" can bring. He has clear favourites (truck bib and fox bib) and so we got two of each; this has made meal time so much easier since we've always got a clean version of the one he likes. I love that they catch most of his food, any dripping sauces, or extra drool. If they are lightly soiled, I give them a quick wash in the sink and hang them to dry. If they are a true post-spaghetti disaster they get tossed in with the next load of t-shirt wipes/clothes/diaper laundry. I agree with several other reviewers that another snap would helpful for when babe is 6-months old and just starting solids so stuff doesn't get on the collar.

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