Friday, July 18, 2008

Question for MOMS...and more pics of Casey and Payton


QUESTION:

What type (brand) of bibs do you use for feeding solids? THANKS!


CASEY AND PAYTON - We went to Angie's house and Casey was finally able to meet Payton and Holly. I luckily packed along a few of Casey's toys...Paytons loves keys. It was funny to watch Payton play with Casey's keys...she gave her this look like, "Those are mine, but I don't know what to do about it." Hilarious! Angie made us a wonderful lunch and dessert by the way. YUM!



My favorites from the play date:

1. Payton taking off Casey's sock and stuffing it in her mouth.

2. Casey and Payton trying to touch each other's head.

3. Casey showing Holly and Angie how she scoots accross the floor to get a toy (or tv remote).

4. Payton leaning over and sucking on Casey's hand.
SO CUTE!!!

4 comments:

Michelle said...

Hey Jackie. I would just use any of the thicker bibs that you have. Anything at least 2 ply should work fine. The bigger ones weren't necessarily better & after a while I quit using them altogether & just kept wet papertowels around to clean their faces (still do).

David, Meredith, and Luke said...

I used pampers bibsters on our trip to Mississippi and they're great for travel since you just toss them out when you're finished.

Jackie and Andy said...

YAY! Thanks so much Michelle and Meredith! Surprisingly she isn't a messy eater, but I haven't given her a spoon to try to feed herself yet.

R.J. & Heather said...

Target makes a cheap brand that comes in 3 pack for $5.99 (I think). Bumpkins are more expensive. One bibs is $5.99, but they hold up better. We send Harris to daycare with the Target brand