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DS has a panda which we introduced when we stopped swaddling. We have a spare the same size and a smaller version for the car/pram. 7 yo DD still sleeps with her teddy that was introduced at the same age so we wanted to get something big enough to cuddle at age 5+.
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22-03-2014 20:54 #11
22-03-2014 21:07 #12
DD has a monkey blanket that's she's had since birth (she had it in NICU so she had my smell with her). She's only just paying attention to it now she's unswaddled. She keeps biting it and rubbing it all over her head lol I've just ordered 2 more so we can have them on rotation.
22-03-2014 21:45 #13
23-03-2014 13:54 #14Senior Member
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Ds has a small blanket thing. It has a bunny head on it. Fluffy one side, silky on the other. I slept with it for about a week before I gave it to him around 4mths old.
He holds it, sniffs it, plays with it and falls asleep. He only has it for sleep. Basically if I want him to sleep (in the car on the way somewhere) he gets it and he automatically knows it's sleep time. Hasn't ever been without it.
dd has a big soft blanket that she had since birth.
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23-03-2014 14:24 #15
We have 2 for DS... We tried to introduce a second so we could have an alternate for washing time but left it too long so now we have 3 of each! Get something that you can replace easily or buy several at a time!
The first one we got when bub was in hospital, it took me ages to find more, I spotted it on a florist website & emailed them to see if I could get a couple :-)
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The second is Mikey the monkey from the gro company... DS sucks on his so Mikey is perfect as he has limbs & a tail to grab & suck, gross but it makes him happy & they stay in the cot, he drops them as soon as we pick him up ;-) we wash them frequently which is easy now we babe ample!!
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Just remembered something else, sleep with the comforter in you top before you give it to bub, it helps them to accept it quicker :-)
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