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Old 10-03-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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She turned 2 in August. She's only been using it at night and nap time since her bday. Well, she didn't give it to use this morning so I assumed it was in bed. It's not! She's been screaming for it for 30 minutes. She doesn't want me to hold her. She only wants the binky. Should I go buy a new one or what?!
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As of this minute she is passed out sleeping on the floor. I feel horrible!
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Perfect time to wean. IMO. It'll be rough for a couple days. But then it's fine.
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Old 10-03-2012, 10:56 PM   #4
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Poor babe. See how she gets through tonight. And if you're okay with weaning, when she asks for it tomorrow maybe you can say "oh it's lost and you're a big girl who can do without it right!"

My son was bink obsessed. Seriously. I cut all the tips off them. He told me they were broken and broken things go in the trash. No tears no nothing.

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Poor babe. See how she gets through tonight. And if you're okay with weaning, when she asks for it tomorrow maybe you can say "oh it's lost and you're a big girl who can do without it right!"

My son was bink obsessed. Seriously. I cut all the tips off them. He told me they were broken and broken things go in the trash. No tears no nothing.

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Ya! When she finds a broken binky she will throw it out! We told her that if he lost this one she wouldn't have anymore. Ugh! This is why I hate e binky so much!
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:05 PM   #6
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Ya! When she finds a broken binky she will throw it out! We told her that if he lost this one she wouldn't have anymore. Ugh! This is why I hate e binky so much!
If you're ready for them to go just hold tight tomorrow. Shell wean with no troubles.

And worst comes to worst? You can buy another

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Re: DD lost her binky.

Maybe it's a good time to try and wean her from the bink? Both of mine still have binkies and I'm wondering when will be a good time for me to try and get them away from mine. Of course I have like 57 binkies at my house, so they always know that all they have to do is ask for one and I have more, lol. How long were you thinking about letting her keep it? I'm always wondering how other people see the binky after age two thing.
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Re: DD lost her binky.

This happened to dd snd we decided it was the perfect time to wean. 5 yes 5 days later she came waltzing into the kitchen with a bink I hadn't seen in months in her mouth. She was so thrilled with herself and refused to put it down after that. Since then 3 more have resurfaced......
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This happened to dd snd we decided it was the perfect time to wean. 5 yes 5 days later she came waltzing into the kitchen with a bink I hadn't seen in months in her mouth. She was so thrilled with herself and refused to put it down after that. Since then 3 more have resurfaced......
I'm guessing this will happen to us! We had a million binks and most disappeared!
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Poor Baby!!! My son just turned 2 today and he also has binky obsession... He knows he is only allowed to have it for his nap & bed time, but that doesn't stop him from asking & every once in awhile he tries to steal it from us...
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