I have a 2.5y/o who was extreamly attached to her dummy.
She would rarely have it out of her mouth (day or night) & would
Hold it if it wasn't in her mouth.
Her speach was never effected, so it didn't bother me. However,
Recently she started talking for the first time with her tongue
At the back of her mouth, so that was it for me.
She woke up the next morning & I'd hid all 13 dummies but 1.
The 1 I'd left her I had cut the end off. Every time she tried it,
She would take it out again & just hold it saying ir was 'broken &
Yucky'. She did this all day & held it all night. The next morning
She told me her dummy was broken & threw it in the bin on her own.
For the next week she would ask throughout the day for her dummy,
If remind her she threw it in the bin & its now gone & she accepted
A month has gone by & she rarely mentions her dummy, Success! smile
Hi Huggies Girls.
My boy is 22 months old he goes to day care 2 days a week.
Going well at day care he has no dummy for sleep time.
But home if I try not give it to him the starts crying & I give in to him should I just let him cry?
Tonight by the time I walked out of his room he was crying.
When I do give his dummy I just have to walk out.
What would you do? Thank you for reading Amanda.