Lets talk about dummies

When your baby is screaming blue murder and it’s 2 am, trust me you will do anything to pacify them. How many mummy’s I wonder, swore they would never give their baby a dummy and have?

We never ruled out giving Max a dummy. Preferably I wanted to wait until he really needed it.

For us it didn’t quite work out that way. It wasn’t the end of the world though. If he needs the extra comfort (whether it be a dummy or a thumb) then I will give it to him.

We really have tried every brand out there from the well-known big brands to the more budget friendly supermarket ones. We have always loved the MAM soothers but as they tend to be slightly higher in price we tend to have these as a treat.

Max (and mummy) were over the moon when MAM sent us some new ones to try. We’d in the past used the smaller versions but these are the next size up (6 months + )

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Out with the old and in with the new 🙂

These dummies are fab, they’re a nice size and most importantly they don’t cover Max’s nostrils. When it comes down to it, MAM soothers are far more superior than some of the other cheaper brands. I really like the boyish design and best of all the night-time ones glow in the dark. I also learnt recently that the plastic container acts like a mini sterilizer and is microwaveable. We don’t have a microwave so that additional function doesn’t really add anything for us, but it’s a nice extra.

What us mummy’s (and daddy’s) really want in a soother is reliability and the assurance of a good quality, well made safe product for our babies to suck on. I really believe MAM delivers that here.


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