How to get rid of my daughters pacifier?

pacifier - pacifier
United States
November 14, 2006 7:42am CST
My daughter didn't take it much, but as soon as the bottle went all the sudden it was her best friend. I just saw a 5 yo the other day with one and umm let's just say I don't want that to be my kid!
3 responses
@baysmummy (1639)
• Australia
1 Dec 06
Just an idea what maybe you could have it that she has to leave her pacifier out on christmas eve and Santa will come and take it and leave behind something for her! Good luck my son was never big on his pacifer and he lost one one day and before i had a chance to replace it i realised he didnt want or need it! Best of luck!
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• United States
2 Dec 06
thanks for the reply, my son wasn't much on the pacifier either and when he was 11 months old he just threw it away, so she's a whole different story..lol
@AndreaM76 (1164)
• United States
1 Dec 06
I just recently discovered out of sight out of mind worked for my two yr old. Now her vocabulary has flourished! Kids are so funny, the more determined you are for them to get rid of binky or bottle the more they want. Now I'm working on potty time. Good Luck!
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• Canada
1 Dec 06
If you can put up with a couple of days of fussyness, I'd just take it away from her cold turkey. After a couple of days she'll forget about it and move on. That's what I did with my daughter. It might be harder if she uses it for comfort to fall asleep though.