okay.. my three year old still has the paci at bed time.. never any other time... that is the rule, and she knows it, he sister 17 months old.. same thing, both have to have the paci to go to sleep... I have talked to my three year old about getting rid of it.. and all different kinds of ways, and she understands.. but I just can't bring myself to do it, I know if I try, she will scream and cry and wake her sister up... it also means I would have to take away her sister's paci!! is it really that big of a deal? I would think that she will eventually give them up on her own? I am torn, she is so attached to them... she says she "needs" them to go to sleep... and clearly enjoys them, as long as she doesn't walk around with the thing in her mouth or play with it.. what does it hurt? or.... should I just be hard and stern and take them both away and deal with the crying and pleading?
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