When you’re 60 years old and have reflux, the doctor prescribes Nexium. When you’re 60 days old and have reflux, you puke.If trails of spit-up follow you wherever you go, keep things tidy with Petites Frites burp cloths and bibs.These wonders are more than just your average mess-catchers. Made from a blend of organic cotton and lyocell (a sustainable textile), the custom combo is highly absorbent and quick to dry. Plus, the double-sided knit, in primary colors and earth tones, feels plush to the touch — be it baby’s chin or your shoulder.Teether blankies are made from the same thirsty material and embellished with natural maple wood rings and hand-crocheted shapes for safe gnawing and excessive drooling.And that doesn’t bite.Available online at petitesfrites.com, $12-$84.Photo: Courtesy of Petites Frites HOWLJoe ReillyWhat: Drop by the Zoomazium for singing and dancing with one of Woodland Park Zoo’s favorite music makers. Why: His “Turkey Vulture” rap is hip-hop your wild thing can wrap his head around. When: Fri., 11:30 a.m.Where: Enter at Phinney Ave. N., b/t N. 55th & 56th Sts. (206-548-2500). Adults and teens, $11.75; children, $8.50; under 3, free.PRETENDTeddy Bear ClinicWhat: Take stuffed animals for a checkup with a Child Life Specialist and get hands on with safe medical supplies (ages 3-10).Why: No shots, promise. When: Sat., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Where: The Children’s Museum, 305 Harrison St. (206-441-1768). Adults and children, $7.50; under 1, free.WATCHWilly WonkaWhat: Oompa Loompas, naughty kids, and a coveted golden ticket (ages 4 and up). Why: After all these years, it’s still droolworthy. When: Sat., 2 & 5 p.m.; Sun., 2 p.m.Where: Tacoma Musical Playhouse, 7116 Sixth Ave., Tacoma. Tickets at 253-565-6867 or online at tmp.org. Adults, $17; children, $12.