weeLove: How to Part with a Pacifier
SAY BYE-BYE BINKY IN 5 STEPS
One of the toughest parenting challenges is getting your toddler to give up a beloved binky. Although the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends weaning between the ages of 6 and 12 months, your kiddo’s not buying it.
So what’s a perplexed parent to do? Try this method for a smoother, tantrum-free transition…
Developed by a pediatric dentist and mom to four girls, the Lily Pacifier Weaning System makes it simple (yes, really) to wean your tot from the paci in as few as five days. The system works as a series of pacifiers, where each nipple gradually gets smaller until it’s “all done” (as toddlers so proudly like to exclaim). BPA and latex-free, the set is a step-by-step solution to finally saying bye-bye to that binky.
So, put an end to the weaning drama (and visions of your kid going to college with a pacifier) once and for all.