She {hearts} WubbaNub

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I have been a soothie pacifier user since my second baby (number one never took to any pacifier). I liked multiple things about the brand, a few of them being:

all one piece – no cracks or crevices for bacteria to hide
the pacifier doesn’t touch babies face – so they wouldn’t get that wet rash around their mouth

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So she loved it, I loved it, and we were happy. Except when it would drop to the floor and roll to amazingly distant corners or just disappear only to turn up months later. If you have used soothies you know exactly what I am talking about. I knew with number three I’d prefer to keep the soothie brand but was unsure if I wanted to be chasing the perpetually rolling pacifier again.

WubbaNub’s story begins with a pacifier not staying put, and in a moment of inspiration mommy permanently attached the soothie to a small plush toy.  I loved the idea, I loved the cute plush animals, I knew this was exactly what I was looking for. Of course I got a thumb sucker with my third, seriously attached -he even tries to sneak it in while breastfeeding. The weird thing is though he won’t take his thumb in the car, so that’s where our WubbaNub lives. Ready and waiting for soothing and kindly keeping me from running after the traveling pacifier in parking lots. Photobucket

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WubbaNub has a host of adorable animal pacifiers, available at many online stores and local retail shops near you.

 

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Lis

Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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