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    Throw it! Dummies are cheap enough

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    For a while my son slept beautifully with the dummy. Once he fell asleep it would fall out of his mouth...I had several dummies in the house and whilst out, out of fear of needing it and not having one on hand!!!

    I'd throw it out too..

    And wow...midas2007 u clean the toilet 3 times a day??? Why???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coopersmum2012 View Post
    Thanks all thought so but at 8.30 at night it's so tempting to have given it instead of going to but another one! On our way out now to get one


    Mum to cooper 13 months one due November
    Does he wake over night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    And wow...midas2007 u clean the toilet 3 times a day??? Why???

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    I clean our toilet a few times a day too! I have two boys in cloth and spray dirty nappies off in the toilet so it definitely need a cleaning afterwards!

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    I would chuck it and get a new one. I had about 5 dummies going at a minimum just in case one broke, one was lost, one was dirty, etc etc.

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    I'm a bit OCD (medically diagnosed) toilets, bathrooms & kitchens are my thing. They don't need it I'm sure, but can't walk past the kids bathroom without cleaning it or our bathroom. It's nuts I know, but don't get me started on how many times I wipe down the kitchen bench cos I couldn't tell you.

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    Yeah I clean my toilet a crazy number of times a day! We have had 6 dummies go walk about this week! I was having the argument with my husband to throw it or keep it( he said) thanks for the back up I clearly won!!!


    Mum to cooper 13 months one due November

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    my son did this - I chucked it. It would be fine to sterilise it, but just the thought of it doesn't sit right with me haha and I'm usually a germs ? pfft kind of person


 

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