My 4 month old is such a good baby, but the pacifier is making us miserable! He wakes in the middle of the night 4-5 times because he wants it back in his mouth. I took it away cold turkey, but by the middle of the 2nd day, hubby couldn't listen to the crying(which by the way, never lasted more than 10-15 minutes, and I think 1 or 2 more days would have done it) and stuck it in his mouth. Needless to say, he's the one getting up EVERY time to give it to him now, but of course, I still wake up. I'm not really a cry it out kind of person, but I also don't like that I'm getting really miserable and tired. I get up at 6 every day and have to entertain/teach 25 kids(4th graders), so being exhauseted is terrible. ANY SUGGESTIONS??? PLEASE?? I've tried the wabbanub, it didn't help.
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