It's backwards edition of Works for Me Wednesday. I got wonderful responses last time to my questions about sleeping toddlers (he turns two tomorrow, by the way, and is doing much better sleep-wise, thankfully!)....so here is this month's. It's much more mundane, hopefully someone will help me out.
Here we go Internet...have at it:
What do you do about bibs?
For some reason, with Baby #3, we are having the darndest time keeping a bib on her. She's only 9 months old, and she pulls the bib off at every meal. These are the exact same bibs (well, brand at least) that I used with both of her brothers and no one gave me a hard time at all! How do I keep a bib on her?
A little more info: The bibs we use have velcro tabs, which was never a problem before. They are vinyl (probably made in China...oy don't get me started) and one of the things I like about them is that we wash them in the kitchen sink instead of the washing machine. This way they never have to leave the kitchen. I tried cloth bibs for a bit with my oldest but found that getting the laundry done was just one more thing I couldn't handle.
What works for you????
See more questions (and hopefully answers) at Rocks in My Dryer.
UPDATED: After posting this, my 2-year-old started crying so we went in his room to find him naked as the day he was born, but complaining because he was wet (from no diaper) and cold. Guess I typed too soon about him doing better in the sleep department! Just goes to show...