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 GOTots on TourWhat: Kiddos and their parents meander through Grounds for Sculpture, make crafts, and listen to stories (ages 3-5). Why: The guided stroll is worth piling on the scarf (and hat and mittens). When: Sat., 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. Arrive early; space is on a first-come, first-served basis.Where: 18 Fairgrounds Rd., Hamilton (609-586-0616). Adults, $12; children, $8; under 6, free.CREATEFamily Arts Academy: Painted StoriesWhat: In honor of Black History Month, kids learn about artist Jacob Lawrence and mime his vibrant colors in pictures of their own. Why: Add a pop to a midwinter day. When: Sun., 2-3:30 p.m.Where: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Historic Landmark Building, 118 N. Broad St. (215-972-7600). Admission is free.LISTENRunning the Road to ABCWhat: Historical reenactor Carla Wiley gets everyone in the spirit of One Book, One Philadelphia with her reading of Denizé Lauture’s tale.Why: Budding bookworms get a free copy of their own (while supplies last). When: Sat., 1-3 p.m.Where: African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch St. (215-574-0380). Adults and teens, $10; children, $8; under 4, free.