The patch


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11 Responses to The patch

  1. javajunkee says:

    ROFLMAO…that is funny. I’d like to pass that out to some parents who have kids that are old enough to be in school still sporting them!

  2. SKL says:

    Yeah, what is it with the pacifiers? Apparently nowadays doctors tell moms to force their kids to take them because it reduces the chance that they will suck their thumbs until they are 21?

    And don’t laugh too soon – next thing you know, there will be some substance on the market for this manufactured issue.

  3. Yeah, our daughter went through some serious withdrawals with these years ago, and we always had a spare around in case we couldn’t find it. I think we accumulated five or six in the house when she finally “quit”. Somedays, I would LOVE to have a binky!!!

  4. JavaQueen says:

    I tagged ya! *wink*

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  6. nikki says:

    I thought this was funny too!!! Bailey had it until just after his 1st birthday. On his 1st birthday the bottle went bye bye then I think it took about 2 months for me to take the pacifier away. Bailey wasn’t a crier at all though he just needed the sucking part.

  7. Sue says:

    Ugh, some kids that are 3+years old running around with a pacifier in their mouth could use this! Same goes with those who still have a bottle! Maybe they’ll come up with something for potty training!

  8. Gary says:

    LOL…..that’s FUNNY!!

    My oldest son needed that patch. It took us forever to get him off of his pacifier!!

  9. G-Ma says:

    I never let my kids have pacifiers, because I think they’re unsanitary. You know, when I was younger I knew everything. lol Anyway, our youngest grandson had one past 2 years old which nearly made me crazy. We got him down to where he only got it at night. And then–one day–if ‘broke’. The rubber nipple part just …broke right off the pacifier–we don’t know why (ahem)…anyway, we put the plastic piece that holds the nipple back down where it was when the accident happened. I’ll never ever forget the look on my grandsons face when he went over and picked up that pacifier and turned it over and over in his little hands looking for the part that went into his mouth. He brought it over to me and announced it was ‘broke’. I said, “OH NO!!” Then I convinced him there was nothing else to be done but to throw it out. There was some anxious blanket clutching the first couple of nights at bed time with eyes pretty wide open…but, I was amazed….he forgot about it pretty quickly.

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