My new bibs

Sissyleslie

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I recently got these set of two bibs-

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They are 'LittleForBig' brand and have a Velcro fastening. These are replacements for another, older bib.

This older bib (which I still have), is made of plastic. It is pink with a pattern of boy & girl ragdolls on it. I purchased it from now-defunct company called ' Knickernet' (remember them?).

When I used to visit a mature, dominant woman who role-played the part of my Auntie, she would make me put it on before letting me having a feeding-bottle of juice or lunch. Sadly, one day at home, I tied the plastic cords attached to it a bit too tight. As a result, I had to use a pair of scissors to cut them loose.

The only other bib I have worn was during my (so far) only visit to an ABDL nursery. It was a cloth one, and I was bottle-fed warmed-up milk, spoon-fed porridge and had juice in a feeding-cup.

Even though I will probably be in adult male clothing, I like to wear a bib when I eat my breakfast cereal as a reminder of my infantile status.
 
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Sissyleslie said:
I recently got these set of two bibs-

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They are 'LittleForBig' brand and have a Velcro fastening. These are replacements for another, older bib.

This older bib (which I still have), is made of plastic. It is pink with a pattern of boy & girl ragdolls on it. I purchased it from now-defunct company called ' Knickernet' (remember them?).

When I used to visit a mature, dominant woman who role-played the part of my Auntie, she would make me put it on before letting me having a feeding-bottle of juice or lunch. Sadly, one day at home, I tied the plastic cords attached to it a bit too tight. As a result, I had to use a pair of scissors to cut them loose.

The only other bib I have worn was during my (so far) only visit to an ABDL nursery. It was a cloth one, and I was bottle-fed warmed-up milk, spoon-fed porridge and had juice in a feeding-cup.

Even though I will probably be in adult male clothing, I like to wear a bib when I eat my breakfast cereal as a reminder of my infantile status.
This is very authentic looking bibs , i love this , this is thing that i would see in grocery store or baby store as ,,older child bib " because this look authentic like baby bib but bigger
 
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Bibs make you feel so babyish don’t they? I have a few toddler bibs, the kind with stretchy necks and manage to get them over huge adult head 😂
 

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TeddyBearGirl said:
Bibs make you feel so babyish don’t they? I have a few toddler bibs, the kind with stretchy necks and manage to get them over huge adult head 😂
Bibs , bottles , and diapers are essential to feel babish , diaper is first step , other things are just boost to feel more babish :D
 
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They look cute.
 

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I too love the images and yes, very babyish.
 

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Actually you could be triple bibbed! LOL. For example, the front of a longall or even overalls is called a bib. Then there are also decorative bibs that some of the jon jons or long-alls have, just for look, usually with more fancy long-alls. Then if you add on a baby bib, well you could be "triple bibbed". LOL 🤣🤣🤣💜💜

I'm sure in the Deep South like Alabama and South Carolina, there are little boys maybe even 3 or 4 year olds at restaurants wearing long-alls with a bib (very popular in the South), with a decorative bib covering part of that, AND a baby bib on top. Some 3 and 4 year olds wear toddler bibs. I certainly did when I was around 3 years old, more likely at a restaurant. And some restaurants like lobster or crab restaurants have bibs for even adults because of the mess involved with eating that stuff.

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PS - this is an example of a 3 year old toddler sized jon jon that has a bib AND a decorative bib that comes with it. Add a toddler baby bib, and a child could be triple bibbed!! LOL 🤣
 

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