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    Thanks all for your replies. Last night I think I must of got up about 15 times I'm so ready to bin them. We are introducing a dream feed and cutting out a night feed so once that's established the dummies get it!

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    I did the "bye bye binky" method. (Starts with poking a small hole then gets bigger until they decide it sticky and don't want it anymore)

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    Today is D day. Wish me luck!

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    Good luck!

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    First night was awful but definitely a success. She only woke twice. Both times she needed an hour of cuddling, rocking and patting to go back down. She vomited and had a little blood nose. It was so heartbreaking but she slept for hours between each waking which is a first!!!

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    My eldest had a dummy until she was 3. I hadn't really planned on getting rid of it at the time, but she lost it. I didn't get her anymore. I didn't mention the word dummy for a few weeks after that just in case she got upset. Luckily after losing it she never asked for another one.

    With my son he only had it at bedtime (daughter had hers all the time). Same kind of thing happened... His dummy went missing. I never replaced it. He had other comforters (a blanky and teddy).

    My other two didn't have dummies.


 

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