When did LO learn to replug paci himself during the night??

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When did LO learn to replug paci himself during the night?

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When did LO learn to replug paci himself during the night??

Postby dee12h » Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:53 pm

thanks.
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Postby slinds » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:45 pm

Still waiting here. I think he could do it but mostly he has a hard time finding it in the crib.
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Postby Nikkijames » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:49 pm

she's 7 weeks and holds her face against the co-sleeper to keep it in :lol:
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Postby cacton » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:25 am

If it falls on Logan's shoulder he shrugs it back in or if it's on his chest he can manuever his mouth to it but all my friends said between 8-10 months for their LO's to pick it up and put it back in. I can't wait lol. Right now he's sleeping with his hand against it. He just started doing that a few days ago.
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Postby scases » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:56 am

I am goign to say around 6 months. To resolve the unable to find it in the crib I always kept 3 in the crib. She would always find one of them. So much easier than getting up in the middle of the night just to find it myself and give it to her..
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Postby babygirl4 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:17 am

My LO is 4 months. If it is upright and within inches away he can use his arm to push it to his mouth. He has mastered the skill almost when in his bouncy chair - though lately now he will grab it by his fingers and pull it out sometimes being able to put it back in but most of the time he will cry not knowing where it is LOL.....it is in your hand silly LOL

I can't wait for the day when he can do it on his own in the crib - i typically have to get up once a night to give it to him. Great idea about keeping a stock in the crib! I might just do that :-)
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Postby Gabbysmama » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:40 pm

IIRC, it was around 4-5 months that she started getting it back in on her own. We practiced with her during the day, showing her how to get it in and out herself. And we put (literally) 6-7 in the crib with her at night. :lol:
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Postby dee12h » Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:48 pm

Gabbysmama wrote: We practiced with her during the day, showing her how to get it in and out herself.


That's a good idea. He can't seem to get it. Then again, he is usually half asleep when he is crying at night f/ it, so I don't know if he can wake up enough to replug. He might be so upset by then. IDK. I am trying to decide whether or not to wean as he wakes around 4 times a night f/ it. :x
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Postby blessedmommy » Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:12 pm

all 3 of my babies could do it by 3-4 months old. I would leave a few paci's within reach in the crib.
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Postby LaurensMom » Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:26 am

James was about 4-5 months. We usually keep about 5 in in crib because he likes to toss them out of the bed when he gets upset... Lauren never took a paci after the newborn stage.
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Postby Egray » Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:56 pm

I got my girls wubbanubs (on amazon.com) and they are stuffed animals (small ones) attached to a soothie pacifier. They are 3 months old and if they are on their chest they are grabbing it back into their mouths already. And they are nice because if they fall off of them they are easy to find.
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Postby Nikkijames » Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:16 pm

You might try this- it's a small blankie attached to a pacifier, makes it much easier to find.....just scroll down on the woombie site....

http://www.thewoombie.com/?gclid=CO_jyL ... agodsl3KYQ
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Postby babygirl4 » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:01 pm

Nikkijames wrote:You might try this- it's a small blankie attached to a pacifier, makes it much easier to find.....just scroll down on the woombie site....

http://www.thewoombie.com/?gclid=CO_jyL ... agodsl3KYQ


Have you ever used the woomie's for a child who is a tummy sleeper?
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Postby dee12h » Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:15 pm

The wubbanubs are attached to the kind of paci he hates, unfortunately. I looked at them awhile back. :?

That blanket might work though. I still don't see him being able to wake up enough to get it in.

It's weird that he cries with his eyes closed. Maybe we are going in too soon? We can never tell how long he's been crying bc it just wakes us up (his room is right across from ours though.) And then all our half asleep brains can process is... "Must. stop. crying. now!. & go back to sleep." So the replug is the quickest way. :lol:

He was up every hour last night. :x
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Postby Petlaw » Sat Aug 25, 2012 12:15 am

Our lactation consultant recommended the wubbanub pacifier. It is working great so far and there are lot of cute little animal styles to choose from.
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