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Yes! Evy is a drool monster and her neck gets so raw and her clothes get so wet we have to have bibs. We only buy the kind with the plastic back though because the rest are worthless with all her drool. We have about 10 with plastic backs, several without, but we only use those if we are out of the other.
Krystal mommy to Alexander-7, Elizabeth-3 and our baby Morgan born with Angel Wings 2-27-08
Ingrid mostly likes to eat her bibs, so they get wet from her sucking on them. We do put them on her when she's sitting up (like in her swing or car seat) if she's eaten recently. Otherwise it's a guarantee we'll end up with a stinky puke baby!
I haven't put a bib on Anna yet. I know we have a few left over from Grace, but honestly I rarely ever put a bib on her, even when she was learning to eat. She wasn't a drooler or a messy eater, really.
I have quite a few since we have one so close in age. I haven't used any yet. He is a major drooler, but frankly, I'm not a big fan of bibs. Katie only uses them when eating, and that's not even all the time. I think I'm going to have to put one on him before long just to catch the drool because his clothes are often soaked.
Mommy to Jasmine (18), Kirsten (14), Ana (13), Katie (3), Xavier (1), and Gunnar (born 10-15-14)
I don't even want to know how many I have. Some I bought, some her grandmother bought and A LOT were given to me. We use them sometimes, mostly to catch drool or if we are going somewhere and I don't want what she is wearing to be completely drenched or spit up on before we get there.
We definitely use bibs. About 2 a day. He drools like crazy especially when he is sucking his fingers. So it keeps his clothes dry and keeps him from getting a rash from the saliva. I would say that we have about 30.