Do you think that toddlers need “closure” to ending their relationship with their pacifiers? They have come to love them; they are always there to comfort them when they needed to sleep. Right now, they only use them at naps and bedtime. Tonight, I couldn’t find one and told them so, they accepted that. But now, I think not knowing where their loving paci is at might be more detrimental to them than not using them. I’m thinking of “finding” them and letting them be the ones to get rid of them, after they are done with their last tooth coming in (for comfort).
What do you think, do they need the closure and have it be their choice, rather than losing them?
Answer by KadensMom907 at 2:19 AM on May. 18, 2009
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