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    Marshall started to drool more last week. OMG, I'm not ready for teething yet! Is anyone else drooling more?
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    Wynn is, ALOT! I for some reason don't remember DS ever drooling this much.





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    We have been dealing with that too. I can't keep a dry shirt on Jonah! I thought it had to do with his drainage, but who knows?
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    No excessive drooling here yet. But DS1 cut his first tooth at around 3 months. DS2 took a bit longer and waited until 10 months. I thought about that yesterday actually and was wondering where she would end up falling on that time frame since her brothers were so different. But no signs it's coming right now.
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    Yup, Oliver is getting lovely chin rash from constant drooling. I don't think we will see a tooth for a long time, though. Tori's first tooth popped through at 8 months and Lucas was closer to 11 months (he was toothless when he took his first steps!!!). I don't remember the first two drooling so much this young, though. He's also constantly blowing bubbles with his saliva. I don't remember Tori and Lucas doing that, either. It doesn't help the drool situation!
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    LOL, glad I'm not the only one. M soaked through his shirt a few times. I might have to start with bibs. I'm constantly wiping it away because he already has chin acne from the saliva.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCCGirl813 View Post
    Yup, Oliver is getting lovely chin rash from constant drooling. I don't think we will see a tooth for a long time, though. Tori's first tooth popped through at 8 months and Lucas was closer to 11 months (he was toothless when he took his first steps!!!). I don't remember the first two drooling so much this young, though. He's also constantly blowing bubbles with his saliva. I don't remember Tori and Lucas doing that, either. It doesn't help the drool situation!
    Jonah is blowing a lot of bubbles too. I love it when he blows milky bubbles!

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    LOL, glad I'm not the only one. M soaked through his shirt a few times. I might have to start with bibs. I'm constantly wiping it away because he already has chin acne from the saliva.
    I have been doing bibs, but don't care for them because they are always getting twisted and he is flipping it up in his face. I wish there was a better alternative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PCCGirl813 View Post
    Yup, Oliver is getting lovely chin rash from constant drooling. I don't think we will see a tooth for a long time, though. Tori's first tooth popped through at 8 months and Lucas was closer to 11 months (he was toothless when he took his first steps!!!). I don't remember the first two drooling so much this young, though. He's also constantly blowing bubbles with his saliva. I don't remember Tori and Lucas doing that, either. It doesn't help the drool situation!
    Jonah is blowing a lot of bubbles too. I love it when he blows milky bubbles!

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    LOL, glad I'm not the only one. M soaked through his shirt a few times. I might have to start with bibs. I'm constantly wiping it away because he already has chin acne from the saliva.
    I have been doing bibs, but don't care for them because they are always getting twisted and he is flipping it up in his face. I wish there was a better alternative.
    Leah



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    I was hoping to avoid bibs. See, DD had terrible reflux and pretty much wore a bib EVERY day. I took them off for photos sometimes but if she didn't wear one, she'd stain all her clothes. I was really not wanting M to wear bibs like she did, but if he keeps drooling the way he has been, I'll probably have to!
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    Drooler here too!
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