This is a heads up on the whole pacifier thing. It should phase out at about 1 year old. There is no need for a child to keep one unless you don't want to deal with a few days of crying. That's all it takes to save you on dental bills in the future as well as stressing over your older toddler not letting it go. I only offer this advice because if there is anyone with an infant now, you can save yourself alot of grief in the future. If your child is older and still using one you JUST GOTTA RIP OFF THE BANDAID! I never heard of any emotional turmoil from an adult who had their pacifier taken away.
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