We're all for convenience products, but is a four-in-one bib really necessary? Yes, says Bébé au Lait! The brand (which also makes Hooter Hiders) just launched Lille by Bébé au Lait, a line of hooded towels, blankets, and the very cleverly named Quibs. Touted as the "world’s first quadruple bib," a Quib ($14 each) is a reversible bib offering four sides. Two are made of terry cloth, while the other two feature Lille's signature cityscape (shown above), swirls, or fishies prints. Oversize for maximum coverage, Quibs have two double-sided magnets, making them easy to put on and take off, but the real draw is those four sides, which means you won't have to wash the bib after every meal. So what do you think? Is this a genius invention or just another cute, but unnecessary baby product? Weigh in below!
For first time moms, nursing is a new thing. It may be tough in the beginning, but it usually gets easier. What does not always get easier is the modesty factor. Sure there are moms who have no problem whipping the boob out in public. I, for one, am not one of those moms.
I envied their confidence. However, Bebe au Lait solved my dilemma with the adorable and functional nursing cover. Bébé au Lait, also known as Hooter Hiders, uses cheerful fabrics to make apron like covers that go around mommy's neck and have boning along the neckline to allow for eye contact between mama and bébé.
And for working moms who have to pump at the office, it's a welcome camouflage for the milk manufacturing plant you're running behind closed doors.