7 Baby-Tested and Mom-Approved Pacifiers
My first daughter wasn't much into pacifiers when she an infant. She took a soothie for a bit, but once she was able to nurse she couldn't care less about a pacifier. But as I've come to terms with the differences between my pregnancies, it's dawned on me that baby sister could very well be the opposite, and very much into pacifiers. So I decided to ask some other experienced mommas what binkies they liked the best for their kiddos. Here are my findings: 7 baby-tested and mom-approved pacifiers!
7 Mom Tested and Approved Pacifiers
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“MAM are the only ones we use. My kids have giant mouths and all the other brands pop out too easily!”
—Chelsea Day, BabyZone blogger and mom of two from San Diego, California
“The Natursutten, often neglected, is my fave one on the market. It’s all natural rubber and doubles as an amazing teether if you flip it around.” —Kelle Hampton, BabyZone blogger and mom of three from Naples, Florida
The First Years Gumdrop
“The Gumdrop has a more natural nipple shape and seems to help ease the transition to taking a bottle, which we’re starting soon! It also comes with a nose cut out which I like. When they’re a newborn, the Soothie takes over their face at times.” —Erin V., mom of two from Washington
“Both my boys liked Nuk only. I bought the more expensive ones and also some random store brands and both would only take the Nuk brand.” —Patti Fischer, mom of two from Gig Harbor, Washington
“I first chose that brand because it was free of BPA/pthalates, etc. This was three years ago, before it became illegal for any baby products to contain BPA. My son preferred the shape of their binkies to others, too. Now Otto (my newbie) is digging Born Free binkies as well. I like that they’re made of silicone, and that they’re all one piece of material. No parts to break off.” —Taylor Hengen Newman, BabyZone blogger and mom of two from Austin, Texas
Phillips Avent Soothie
“I also like the Soothie because of its more natural nipple shape, to help ease the transition to taking a bottle, like the Gumdrop. The Soothie is also available in a vanilla scent if you’re into that. —Erin V., mom of two from Washington
“The Wubbanub has been my daughter’s binkie and “lovie” since a few weeks old. It’s much harder to lose! It also sits on the tummy for new babies and older ones can pop it back in by themselves.” —Meghan Satterstrom, mom of one from Des Moines, Iowa
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