If that doesnt work try cutting the top off the dummy and tell her its broken or if you have any relatives or friends with young babies tell her the new baby needs it because she doesnt have one and is sad and ask your daughter to give it to the baby.
2 little darlings 29/01/03 + 17/03/05
mum of 3 boys aged 11, 13 and 14
My son swapped his dummy for a bag of lollies when he was 2 1/2! we had 2 sleepless nights and have not had a dummy scince. Other friends of mine have left the dummy out for santa, or easter bunny in return for presents. good luck just do what feels right for you.
Cristie, SA, boy 18/04/01, girl 22/05/03
I just limited my sons access to his dummy. It was for bedtime or a comforter if he hurt himself. It was a big no to have it at the shops or while he was happy playing. Maybe that your daughter is alittle older you could create a special box/drawer/shelf where she can put her dummy and blankie in of a morning, then easily retrive of a night as a part of a bedtime routine? I hope this gave you a couple more ideas. Melissa
Jordan 7/3/01 & Ashleigh 5/4/04
caroline,WA,kade16/12/02 and Corey 16/2/04
She hadn't yet had a tantrum coz she couldn't take the blanket when we go out. After she cuts her last set of teeth I am getting rid of the dummy. But the blanket I rekon will be around for a little longer.
Alanna,VIC DD 030503 DS1 290605 & DS2 040407
Sharon, 24, Qld, 2 boys 3 & 5, girl 1.
Ren, Qld, 2yr boy