Has anyone been successful in introducing a cuski comforter or any other type of comforter? I'd like to introduce a comforter whilst I transition DS 7months out of the love to Dream.currently sleeping with one arm out n has trouble sleeping with 2 arms out as I'm finding he sucks the sleeve of the arm that is still tucked in. So I thought perhaps a comforter is all he needs....
Any advice on comforters? TIA
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01-10-2014 04:51 #1Senior Member
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01-10-2014 06:00 #2
I've never heard of a cuski comforter, but both my kids have had a comforter from a young age. Ds1 had a little flat teddy with a head and knots for hands and feet which he loved to suck on, I introduced it at a month old and he still sleeps with it at 3.5yo, although has much less attachment to.it now. Ds2 has a sleep sheep which makes white noise which he sleeps with. I've found comforters great. I introduced them by feeding the kids with their comforter before bed or nap time, and after awhile they form quite an attachment to it. Ds1's comforter helped him through a bit of a rough transition to daycare when he was 14mo too.
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01-10-2014 06:11 #3
We had a cuski for both of our kids - DD loved hers and still sleeps with one now at 4.5 years old. We have 3so we can wash them! DS didn't like his and doesn't use a comforter. He does go to sleep cuddling a pillow or ball though so I guess that's his comforter!! I think comforters are a great idea.
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01-10-2014 06:18 #4
Oh yes, if you find bub does get attached get a spare (or 2!) so you can wash them or incase you lose 1, Ds1 has 3 'Stinky's'
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