(Discontinued Design) Doddle & Co. Pop Pacifier (Romaine Green)

  • This design and model has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
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Product Description

(Discontinued Design) Doddle & Co. Pop Pacifier (Romaine Green): Product Description

 

Clean and sterilize the pacifier

To ensure that your baby’s pacifier is germ-free, it is best to use boiling for daily sterilization.

  • What you will only use in the future for the sterilization of baby pacifiers.
  • Wash the pacifier under clear water and then put it in the pot.
  • Squeeze the air out of the pacifier so that it stays better underwater.
  • Cover it completely with water and bring the water to a boil.
  • Let the baby pacifier boil for at least 5 minutes, and then place it on a clean cloth to dry.
  • Alternatively, there are steam sterilizers on the market that is particularly suitable for travel. Here you put the pacifier in, and hot steam kills germs and bacteria.
  • If the baby’s immune system is stronger and the child begins to touch and put all sorts of things in his mouth, you can do without sterilization. Then it is enough to clean the teat under clear water.

What size for her pacifier?

Yes, there are also sizes (finally recommended ages) for teats. And it is important to choose a model according to the age of your baby so that it is well suited to the size of his mouth and avoid possible deformation of the palate. The age indicated is marked on the packaging. For a newborn, for example, there are models specially adapted for 0-3 months (and even models 0-2 months) with a nipple adjusted to young palates. As your baby grows, you will move on to the next age group. Models from Three to Six months are studied with a larger but always respecting the palate. The pacifier models for babies over six months are larger and wider to limit the risk of strangulation.

Choosing the ideal baby bottle
-A practical model,
-Adapted to his age,
-Adapted to its suction force,
-Easy to clean.

What are the advantages of a pacifier?

Sleeping aid and comforter. Above all, parents and babysitters benefit from the fact that a pacifier helps the baby to fall asleep. Sucking can relieve pain. That’s why parents often give their children a treat when they suffer from colic or simply don’t want to be comforted. The pacifier cannot only help you fall asleep at night but also during the afternoon nap.

Help for premature babies. Sucking on a pacifier can help premature babies: studies have shown that premature babies can be bottle-fed more quickly, and no longer have to use a tube to get their food. A pacifier can shorten the hospital stay in premature babies.

Helpful against sudden child death. Recent studies indicate that a pacifier can help reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome reduce. However, this has not been proven beyond any doubt.