I am having a hard time breaking the pacifier! any suggestions???

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Emily - posted on 01/05/2010

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I have limited the soother to bedtime and nap time. I figure that I would leap that hurtle after potty training and changing her into toddler bed. My guess is that once the naps go so will the soother. The hot sauce idea wouldn't work with mine as she loves it...

Ashley - posted on 01/03/2010

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i kno this may sound mean lol but hotsauce....and there is a thing in the baby isle that you put on pacifiers and bottle nipples but i have no clue what is called i used hotsauce and my kids would look at it and say ewwwww mommy and i kept doin it for 3 days and then they didnt want it....hpe i could help ya

Chrissy - posted on 01/02/2010

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I think it helps to start out limiting the pacifier to nap time and bedtime only at first. That also helps with getting them to want to take a nap and go to bed.

Rebecca - posted on 12/19/2009

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hello, my daughter is nearly 2 well nxt month ans she just went off it just dint want it anymore if dat not the case 4 u santa will take it away and until they get teeth its ok 2 have them but there r so many things 2 try

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