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    Only one of mine had a dummy and they can be super useful for sleep & car rides.
    I got 2 little drawstring bags and tied one on the carseat and the other on the bed rail.
    Dummy had to go in the bag before getting out of bed/car etc
    Worked well as a usage management technique.

    When it was time to get rid of it completely (closer to 3) my DD had wanted to do ballet so i told her she could if she gave all the dummies to the ballet teacher. Worked a treat for us as was something she really wanted to do

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