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The Little Monkey Company Introduces first of its kind baby bib line
Schutte began experimenting with product design when she could not find a bib for her daughter that didn't result in food rashes on her skin and stained clothes. She also wanted something durable, easy to clean and convenient for parents to grab on the go.
Schutte explains, "When we started feeding our daughter baby food, I noticed the food would inevitably get on her neck regardless of the bib she was wearing, it would also get on her clothes. When she started developing rashes on her neck and I couldn't get some of the stains out, I started to search for a bib that provided better coverage, and nothing did the trick."
The Little Monkey Company bib features a high neckline made from a soft, washable, water-repellant nylon. It is offered in seven color combinations including gender neutral and choices for boys and girls. The snug fit and cap sleeves offer secure coverage from messy food spills that can irritate delicate skin. The bottom of the bib holds a silicone cup that is removable and washable by hand or in the dishwasher and the top can be thrown in the washing machine. Parents can roll the bib into the silicone cup for compact storage and easy grab and go use.
The bib is specifically designed to keep food and toxins away from babies. Schutte wanted a product that was environmentally friendly and kid safe. All the materials used to make the bib are non-toxic and free of PVC, BPA and latex. The cup attached to the bottom is made from 100% food grade silicone and is CPC certified
"It was important to me that I create a bib that protects children from harmful chemicals, and does not negatively impact the environment,"
The Little Monkey Company is committed to producing products that are safe and sustainable. To learn more about the company and its product line visit thelittlemonkeycompany.com. You can also follow The Little Monkey Company on Facebook and Instagram and Pinterest @thelittlemonkeycompany.
About The Little Monkey Company
Elizabeth Schutte, founded The Little Monkey Company in March 2017. A first-time parent at 37, Schutte, was inspired to invent a bib that offered full coverage and protection, after her own infant daughter suffered skin rashes during meal time. Schutte plans to expand her product offerings and is committed to develop products that are safe and sustainable.