My DD (15 weeks) is quite awesomely dribbly and needs outfit chages about 4 times a day - the wetness means she has a bad rash under her (many!) chins. My DS (now 7) was never like this but he was quite late on the teething front (about 7 months) so maybe DD is just teething early? All practical tips/ advice/ reassurance that she is not the first baby for whom wetting themselves happens more often at the top end than the bottom welcome!!!
My DS is like this, we've had to keep him in bibs to avoid his neck getting too poorly.
If you don't like the look of the normal feeding bibs, we got some of these for DS as they look a bit better. We go through 7-8 bibs a day, but the alternative is him being sore, and I don't think he cares if he doesn't look stylish.
My DS2 dribbles for England too (DS1 was not like that at all!). In the end, I bought some really funky bandana bibs so he can at least look cute while dribbling. You can get some on ebay fairly cheap. Bought 10 for about £20. They have a fleece backing so more absorbent than the usual ones. At least it's just bib and not outfit changing every time.
Thanks for all the advice, ladies - I can see a happy few hours ahead doing some internet shopping...also, it's a really good point that I should check it out to eliminate any underlying problem. I'm finding second-time around motherhood a strange mixture between thinking I know it all and vague panic hanging over from first time!
bandana bibs are brill. dd2 wore them until she was bout 4, when she decided they were too babyish. she wore glasses from 2, and being blonde, used to get called the 'milky bar kid' when we were out and about.