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    It's called a ticker, and you can make one and set it to come up automatically. There is a link I think on the home page at the top of the page.

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    i gave my son a dummy, when i knew he wasn't really feeding anymore - ie, he was just sucking for comfort and out of habit. so I gave him a dummy, then in about a week, took away the dummy. He's slept through the night since. Else, if you're willing to let your baby cry it out - that works really well!


 

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