The last sentence, small bottom paragraph is what I wanted y'all to see. I took this screen shot of my monthly Pampers email that I honestly should've deleted months ago anyway. It doesn't have ONE useful piece of reading in it like my weekly BBC emails ALWAYs do.
So do you what theyre claiming is true? Because my sons never had a security object beside his paci which he gave up around 10 months without any prompting whatsoever from his parents, just didnt care about it anymore. He's got tons of stuffed animals, some since birth, and same with all his blankets, some are as old as him. Yet he's never formed an attachment with a specific one. We ask him to pick one before bed and he does sometimes but it's never the same one twice and once were in bed he forgets its there (we co sleep). His pedi AND the early interventionist said that its fine, some kids don't ever have one...
My brother and I both had like a group of 3 objects we held near n dear to our hearts forEVER. Even when we stopped sleeping with them we still kept them in our rooms on a shelf over looking us. My DF had a blankie til he was 12! Guess I just wanna make sure none of you ladies believe what Pampers is claiming: that a kid without a security object is less creative and less bright.
Edit** took out pointless jargon that made it too long like my posts usually are.