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DH and I went to register this weekend and we saw this bib: http://www.amazon.com/Tommee-Tippee-Closer-Feeding-Neutral/dp/B00081H75M , sorry I'm bumping from my iPad and can't make it clicky.
Would this bib be useful? Or is it just gimmick-y?
$15 for 2 bibs? No way.
We would use those big plastic bibs when we started feeding solids, but until then there was so much dribble in drool we just did a constant rotation of onsies and cloth bibs. DD also had reflux and would spit up everywhere but on her bib.
cmhicklin:When you do need feeding bibs, I recommend ones that can't be thrown in the washer.nbsp; I think our are Bumkins brand.
TTC since May 2006. After 3 failed Clomid cycles, 2 failed Injectibles/IUIs, 2 failed IVFs and 1 failed FET, we moved on to adoption!
Last ditch FET resulted in BFP, and identical twin girls!