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Book about giving up dummy?
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Posted 09 January 2017 - 10:17 PM
Can anyone recommend a book to help toddlers with giving up their dummy? There seems to be heaps of them around and I don't know which to order. When I was pregnant with No.2 I got DD the tummy house book a heap of people on here recommended and it really helped her understand.
We watched a segment on Sesame Street about it the other day (with Elmo) and it was clear the concept of giving up her dummy was very foreign.
Posted 16 January 2017 - 08:01 AM
We used Daniel and the Dummy Fairy with our son recently. It's a nice little story that covers the basics.
Posted 16 January 2017 - 01:26 PM
I didn't have a book, but I took my DDs to the shop to swap their dummies for a 'big girl' gift (I think DD1 chose a fairy snow globe, and DD2 chose a little pink handbag).
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