I want to stick a set of these in every carryon bag and purse I own -- even though my youngest is well into toddlerhood and rarely wears a bib...
July 13, 2008
Just Clip and Slop
By Lylah M. Alphonse
Was it Ben Franklin who said "A bib in time saves nine pieces of laundry?" No? Someone at the Oregon-based company Kipiis (kip-EEZ) is thinking along those lines with its special clips that let you make anything into a bib: a restaurant napkin, a paper towel in the car, a kitchen towel at home. Just clip the fasteners on two of the corners, adjust the back, and let your tot dive into the yogurt. The Bib Clips cost about $13 at Kiddly Winks in Longmeadow (413-567-0688), Magic Beans in Brookline (617-264-2326), Mulberry Road in Boston (617-859-5861), Right Start in Natick (508-650-1271), and online at kipiis.com. [More]