Some people use bibs all the time right away because their babies have reflux or drool a lot. I still haven't used a single bib. DD munches on her hands and drools a little, but never on her clothes. I just wipe her up every now and again with a burp cloth.
I expect that we'll finally get some use out of her bibs when she starts solids.
We always draped a burp cloth under DD's neck - the bibs always seemed too big, so that's what we still do now with bottles. But once she started teething, all the bibs we hadn't been using are now in constant rotation!
I won't use the cute, cloth ones for eating solids because they're too small.
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