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    I found those cherry shaped cheapie dummies would stay in my daughter's mouth. Because they are so round.
    Others might say get rid of it now. .. do what feels right for you.
    My daughter used to wake for a dummy. .and numerous other things! !
    It didn't take her long to learn to put it back in.
    That said. .if you want to change to a comforter I used a small muslin square. I think you can buy packets of them from target. I would sleep with it so it would smell like me! Then put it in her cot. I also used to tie a dummy to the corner of it. Easy to replace if you need to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minib View Post
    Thanks @Its Me and @BlondeinBrisvegas I'm now also thinking maybe I should try different dummy

    That one looks very familiar. Looks like the one we got given from the hospital. We changed to one grandma bought her but may try that one again tomorrow. Will let you know how we go.
    DD got given the Jollypop/Gumdrop one when she was in SCN briefly after she was born.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    DD got given the Jollypop/Gumdrop one when she was in SCN briefly after she was born.
    Is it a standard one that most hospital use if needed?

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    I bought DD's pink material rabbit comforter from Kmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I found those cherry shaped cheapie dummies would stay in my daughter's mouth. Because they are so round.
    Others might say get rid of it now. .. do what feels right for you.
    My daughter used to wake for a dummy. .and numerous other things! !
    It didn't take her long to learn to put it back in.
    That said. .if you want to change to a comforter I used a small muslin square. I think you can buy packets of them from target. I would sleep with it so it would smell like me! Then put it in her cot. I also used to tie a dummy to the corner of it. Easy to replace if you need to.
    I have a small square Muslin wrap too. I might sleep with it tonight so it has my smell. I didn't realise it needed to have my smell but it makes so much sense.

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    Is it a standard one that most hospital use if needed?
    Yes 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Yes 😊
    Awesome. I have one already then

    But will look into the cherry one that @Tamtam recommended too.

    And tonight I'll sleep with the muslin wrap and little teddy security blanket.

    She's sleeping well tonight after a big cry this arvo. I'm now pumping then sleeping as well. Tomorrow will be a better sleeping day

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlondeinBrisvegas View Post
    Yes 😊
    Awesome. I have one already then

    But will look into the cherry one that @Tamtam recommended too.

    And tonight I'll sleep with the muslin wrap and little teddy security blanket.

    She's sleeping well tonight after a big cry this arvo. I'm now pumping then sleeping as well. Tomorrow will be a better sleeping day

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    Love those gumdrop dummies. ..DD was also given those in NICU. But I found she couldn't keep them in her mouth either.

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    They're like this. I only thought about it after friend suggested them to me. You can buy them in woolies
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