Just clip and slop
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.
LYLAH M. ALPHONSE