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2018. February 13.
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Two moms created this pacifier that won't get dirty. Get it here: chdr.tv/amazo65df
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1 year ago

$19?! Meanwhile, it will be lost in the black abyss that is your diaper bag 2 days after purchasing. Not realistic. Cool idea though! My baby will forever be addicted to the little green one they first gave him in the hospital. Thank God you can buy them in a 2 pack at Walmart for $5 😁

1 year ago

It’s a great idea, but the video doesn’t show a single infant actually sucking on the paci. They “pop” it out stick in in the babies mouth and a few seconds later it falls out... maybe that’s because it’s too hard for them to actually suck and release, because the nipple retracts back in. And they can’t pick the paci back up, pop it out themselves and put it back in.

1 year ago

I had 4 babies. Only one used a pacifier, and he was the only one who refused the boob. At one year, I cut the end off, told him it broke and he threw it away. Never had another one. Each parent does things differently. No right or wrong, however it bothers me seeing a 3 or 4 year old with a pacifier.

1 year ago

You know how you keep it from falling? You attach it to their clothes with a binky clip. And you buy several of them! That's how I kept my sanity. Lol

1 year ago

I always disliked the idea of kids sucking on rubbery plastic all day. Can't be healthy. How about no pacifier? They can't miss what they never got. Worked for all 3 of my children.

1 year ago

It still gets dirty. The piece around the mouth will be dirty all the same geez... just forget it. Also, about immunity, you don't have to make the child lick the floor for it and don't let their mouth touch doors "for immunity" which is disrespectful to the next person, and if you also get sick, to your colleagues. . There's a fine line between immunity and what is disgusting. I come from a place where you don't take it off the ground. Perfect immunity all of us.its built in time. Please think about others before you're so eager to get your small child unnecessarily sick. They'll get it from kindergarten and malls etc anyways

1 year ago

My son had pacifiers. And threw them on the ground. I wiped them off with my shirt. With baby wipes. Rinsed them in the sink. I'm sure he's dropped them, picked them right back up and popped them in his mouth when I didn't even realize it. Guess what!! He's 14 years old now and still alive. And has very rarely been sick ever. Hmm..... I feel we've become too germophobic. And more prone to I'll as because of it. Look at this flu season.

1 year ago

the force required to keep it popped out is going to cause problems with teeth and gum shapes

1 year ago

I love all of the people saying just don’t use one. Clearly you’ve not had a nicu baby, or a special needs child 🤷‍♀️ Also who the hell would spend $19 on one that your kid could hate and will probably get lost anyway?

1 year ago

My son has touched his own poop and pee, he has eaten dog food and cat food. He’s put random stuff on the floor in his mouth but at least his pacifier is clean. That’s all that matters! 😂

1 year ago

All around, it’s a terrible idea. Too expensive. Too difficult for a baby to pick up and use. Only works if baby sucks consistently. It falls out of mouth all of the time. I see future visits to the orthodontist to fix teeth. Reminds me of a Steve Martin movie, lol! Name the movie and botched invention. Enjoy the money and fame now before the babies grow up and sue for medical bills.

1 year ago

Ummm what happened to the paci holder that you just snap to the shirt?? Not to mention my child only likes her paci 45% of the time. She lets go often and will put it in and take it out. This would need to be popped in by me each time. I see $20 worth of crap my child would be annoyed with.

1 year ago

Stop this nonsense , put some germs on it and you will have a healthier child in the future

1 year ago

You know this is actually worse because when someone claims "it doesn't get dirty" people will literally never wash it

1 year ago

It's a cute idea, my only concern would be how easy can a little one put it back in. That part looked complicated for little fingers. By the time they have that figured out they don't need it anymore. Still cute idea especially for going out.

1 year ago

It looks way less sanitary to me too many nooks and crannies for gunk to get in. And I would still wash it if it hit the floor. Sure the actual nipple part does not hit the floor but the other parts do and babies will chew on all parts of it.

1 year ago

Just wipe em on your shirt or use a baby wipe or a little water and move along lol good gravy why is everyone so overly concerned with germs? That's how kids build immune systems.

1 year ago

Children need to build immune systems🙄 you can’t protect your child from germs. They are everywhere. So instead maybe give them a chance to fight them off and let their natural protection develop.

1 year ago

My daughter (now 10) used a pacifier and we stopped letting her use it when she turned one. My son (now 7) was never really interested in using a pacifier at all. I’m currently pregnant with baby #3 and if he wants to use it that’s fine but I’m not paying $20 for something that is going to get lost.

1 year ago

This reminds me of the Luvs commercial first child.... second child. 20 bucks a pop? Went thru way to many to pay that.... lol.

1 year ago

Interesting! But can they out it back in their mouth on their own and will the resistance cause problems for their mouth later?

1 year ago

Or you know you could not be lazy and wash the ones that fall because you are going to want to wash that thing anyways if it falls Cuz it's only the nipple that isn't touching the floor what about the part that sits on the outside of the babies mouth sigh....

1 year ago

Can a baby pop them out? Cause thats the problem i see. Having the twins able to feel around the crib and just pop it back in saved me trips in there. Maybe for just on the go

1 year ago

Worthless just like the jelly pacis you have to hold for your baby. I used MaM pacifiers with my son he loved them, no teeth issues and they extremely thin and vented. You have wipes, use them if you drop paci geez

1 year ago

Both mine suffered with terrible colic and no amount of cuddling/swaying ect would do. The only thing that helped was a dummy. You are very fortunate for never having to go through that. Do you think I should of just let her cry and wriggle in pain instead then? Or let her cry till she was sick? Dummy’s aren’t all bad and they can be a real help. I do not agree with kids of a certain age having them, but on the over hand, so what if they do? As long as that child is loved, growing up strong and above all is well looked after over all, who’s business is it anyway?

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