We did a similar thing, but with the dummy fairy. 3 year old left dummies out for fairy, and fairy then left awesome present in return for dummies. Worked great, no mention of dummy afterwards. Yes it's a small lie, but I think my daughter would still be sucking on a dummy now at 6 years old, she loved them so much.
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19-12-2011 11:51 #11Junior Member
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19-12-2011 12:02 #12
What a funny, cheerful post. I'm afraid I don't have much help to offer, we've got dummy issues here as well. And my kid is too young for me to even pull the Santa card. But hey, whatever works to get that rubbery thingy out of the gob once and for all!
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19-12-2011 19:39 #13Senior Member
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Ha ha ha just love it!! And I'll be doing the same thing as you this time next year if DD2 hasn't already given up her dummy by then.
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