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Â· MAM Holiday pacifiers, now available on MAMâ€™s online store: http://www.shopmambaby.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=holiday
Expecting a baby? Know someone who is? This giveaway is sure to make some mamas happy this holiday season!Â
MAM 6+ Months Holiday Pacifiers
Includes two BPA-free pacifiers
â€¢ Offered in an array of fun Winter themed designs in assorted colors including Red/Blue, Purple, Blue or Red
â€¢ Curved shield allows the pacifier to sit comfortably on babyâ€™s face
â€¢ MAM Ultra Soft Silicone Nipple stays comfortably in babyâ€™s mouth due to the anti-slip texture
â€¢ Symmetrical nipple ideal for babyâ€™s jaw development
â€¢ Textured surface and multiple small openings on the pacifier shield allow air to circulate and babyâ€™s skin to breathe
â€¢ Storage case is reusable and can be used in the microwave to sterilize pacifiers MAMâ€™s cutting-edge pacifiers combine technological innovation and trendsetting design to help give babies a healthy start in life.
RETAIL for about : $7.49
About MAM Pacifiers
Developed by leading pediatric dentists and developmental psychologists, MAM pacifiers provide maximum comfort and style for babies of all ages. Clever design and lightweight materials make MAM pacifiers a pleasure to use. All MAM pacifiers feature an orthodontically correct nipple design that allows little ones to safely satisfy their sucking reflex while maintaining proper jaw and tooth alignment. MAM pacifiers feature an easy-to-grasp front knob and a curved shield for a comfortable fit thatâ€™s gentle on babyâ€™s skin, thanks to generous air holes and MAMâ€™s patented interior surface.
MAM pacifiers are available in an assortment of colors and design motifs, and come in two nipple options: patented anti-slip Silk Teatâ„¢ Silicone or Natural Latex. Like all MAM products, the brandâ€™s pacifiers are BPA-free, PVC-free, lead-free and CPSIA-Compliant.
Founded in Vienna, Austria in 1976, MAM offers real solutions for real parenting with an award-winning range of smart and simple products. A global leader in the baby care category, MAMâ€™s mission is to combine the best in technological innovation, medically sound function and contemporary design to provide innovative baby care products essential for a childâ€™s early years. The MAM collection includes pacifiers, bottles, cups, teethers, and oral care items. MAM is sold in over 30 countries and five continents. For more information about MAM products, please visit www.mambaby.com.
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I was sooo dreading breaking my two tots (at the same time) from their beloved paci’s! But, as suggested & I sooo did not think it’d work even in the slightest bit, I snipped the ends off of them & crazy enough, it WORKED!!! Magic!!! They threw them in the trash b/c they were ‘broke’! Simple as that! ðŸ˜‰
Hi Amanda, that’s awesome that it worked so easily for you! I’d never actually heard of snipping the ends before but will remember that for if we have more kids. My son actually weaned himself off his paci at 8 months once he started teething. I think maybe it hurt his teeth, because he just wasn’t interested in having a paci in his mouth anymore. I was lucky I guess!
Our baby isn’t here yet but I’m praying she takes a pacifier. My littlest brother never took one and my mom found he would nurse a lot more than any of the rest of us and she figured that was the reason.
Hi Jessica, I think your mom was probably right. My son didn’t take a pacifier right away; he used me as one instead, and it was horrible. It definitely made nursing more difficult, because him constantly suckling made me agonizingly sore. :/ I hope she takes one too!
We’ve just finally gotten our newborn to start taking a paci at 5 weeks – she was using me as a pacifier, and it was exhausting! I am very glad she started taking it – now we need to work on getting her to take a bottle!!
I’ve been there! It IS tough! Glad she’s taking one now.
My 2 year old calls her pacifier an “uppy”