How The Freehand Bib Helps Your Baby
What makes the Freehand Bib most unique compared to all other hands free baby feeding devices? It develops motor skills and upper arm strength so your baby can independently bottle feed sooner in their earlier months infancy.
Babies are small and helpless. They are in need of a great deal of care to say the least. Until they can hold up their own body weight during the first attempts at crawling, managing to hold a heavy milk bottle is a tough task for a little one.
As your baby develops upper arm and shoulder strength, they will eventually be able to hold the bottle independently. The average time for an infant to independently bottle feed is between 8-10 months. In some cases, it can take over 1 year.
With the Freehand Bib, your baby will learn to independently bottle feed much sooner than this average. It’s patented design teaches your child to angle the baby bottle and assists in developing upper arm strength.
A baby must possess both the strength and ability to angle the bottle correctly before the child can independently feed.
Through encouraging the baby to place their hands on the bottle, the Freehand Bib has proven to develop these traits in the infant’s early months thereby reducing the average time a baby will independently feed.