What is your baby's comforter when going to sleep?
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22-03-2014 14:48 #1
22-03-2014 15:02 #2
His blanket, he is 7months & has had this particular blanket since birth, he likes to snuggle it & I think he likes the way it feels as it's very soft, he won't go to sleep in his cot without it.
22-03-2014 15:04 #3
DS has a giraffe blanket which is silky one side and fluffy the other, from Best n Less. He loves it and we have 2 which get switched out so they look the same (have a spare incase it gets lost or puked on).
He goes everywhere with it, I can't remember the last time we left the house without it. He also has a dummy.
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22-03-2014 15:24 #4
Her water bottle/sippy. She's 2.5yo and it has been her comfort since ditching the dummy. She used to twirl her hair around her dummy to settle herself, now she does the same with her sippy. Only problem is that she drinks so much water overnight that her nappy sometimes can't hold it all!
22-03-2014 15:41 #5
22-03-2014 15:42 #6
Ok thanks for sharing. Ive recently taken DD's dummy and need to replace with comforter.
22-03-2014 16:30 #7
A 15cm teddy bear. Dd is 25 months and has had him since 14 months.
I forgot to have him in her cot last night and she was standing up and whinged and called out for Ted Ted. I went in and gave him to her and she snatched him out of my hand and then laid straight down to go to sleep.
22-03-2014 18:15 #8
I use small muslin squares. So easy to replace if dd loses one. Target sell small ones. She rubs it on her face. I have one in the car and pram all the time.
She is also getting attached to a soft elmo but has slept with a muslin as a comforter since she was about 4 weeks old
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22-03-2014 18:28 #9
My DD has a bunnikins one - it's the bunny head on a blankie variety. We introduced it when transitioning her out of her swaddle. She loves bunny now, he goes everywhere with her! I bought another one so she has two which I rotate so they are equally worn. I also slept with it in my bed for a couple if nights before introducing it, so it smelt like me
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22-03-2014 19:08 #10
Comforters are so cute. For DS1 he didn't become attached to anything until he was around 18 months. Then it was a certain teddy and he absolutely will not go to bed without a drink bottle next to his bed (even if he doesn't drink it).
DS2 only has his dummy. He hates blankets and hasn't become attached to anything except me. Lol.
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