How To Let Go Of Pacifier Use (Parenting Lounge #3)

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13 thoughts on “How To Let Go Of Pacifier Use (Parenting Lounge #3)”

  1. we were doing pretty good, only giving it to her and night and for naps and then she would give it right back… but all of a sudden she has been obsessed with it again. I feel like I have to start all over.. these tips were helpful!

  2. None of my kids would take the pacifier–which was hard at times, but then I never had to break them from it later. Your post tied for the second highest amount of clicks last week at the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party and will be featured this coming Monday! Thanks for linking up!

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  4. I might be the odd one here but both of my boys completely gave up their binkies on their own. With my oldest son (he is now 4) he gave it up at 3 months. My youngest (he is 7 months) gave it up at 2 months. They just no longer wanted their binkie. In some sense it’s a relief because I won’t have to wean them but in another it’d be nice to have a “go-to” when needing to soothe them. Guess for now, snuggling will have to do. Either way these are certainly great tips!

  5. I think it’s great that some people choose to not give their children pacis but what if they start sucking their thumbs instead? I believe it’s a lot easier to get rid of an object than to get a child to stop sucking their thumb. Can’t really get rid of that…

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