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Paci Partner

Paci Partner: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

If you have ever been awakened by a crying baby that can't find her pacifier, you may want to take a look at the Paci Partner ($34). The Paci Partner is a weighted tube that attaches directly to a specially designed binky, making it easy for newborns to find their sucker in the dark of night. Designed by nurses and respiratory therapists, each kit comes with two tubes, two outer sleeves and three pacifiers.

Knowing that parents will do just about anything for their lil one to fall asleep on their own, would you buy a Paci Partner?

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Greggie Greggie 7 years
We just cosleep. I don't believe in letting my kids cry themselves to sleep. My daughter's also 10 months and can't find her pacifier herself, it's not like she has the ability to think of where to search. She can if it's next to her face, but it rarely is. Hell, half the time it takes me and my husband a good few minutes to find it. *lol*
mstrauss mstrauss 7 years
You know what, Mom's just need to get up if the baby needs the pacifier in the middle of the night...or if they are old enough to be retrieving their own pacifiers, with or without the tube, maybe you should just let them cry themselves back to sleep.
Mel475 Mel475 7 years
I agree with Greggie - not to mention, it seems to encourage side sleeping when infants should be sleeping on their backs. This doesn't seem to be entirely safe for baby.
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
Good point, i cant imagine a newborn who cant find her binky being able to push off a weighted tube thats hurting her. I dont see any problem with babies who need extra help sleeping, espeically considering my daughter was SO one of them, but this seems a bit much to me.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
No. And if it's weighted, why is it ON that baby's arm?
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