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Soothie Pacifiers ***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08

Im thinking about pacifier options, I will be breastfeeding, and I read these were great for breastfed babys, and great in general.
Do yall reccommend them? And if so where do I buy them?
Does Walmart have them??

Thanks Ladies :)

scott's mommy 17 kids; Prattville, Alabama 6960 posts
Aug 6th '08

I recommend them...they're the only pacifier my son will take...and he's also a boobie baby..i do believe i have seen them at the walmart in a two pack...but we recieved ours from the NICU when our son came home...

***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting Scott's mommy:
scott's mommy 17 kids; Prattville, Alabama 6960 posts
Aug 6th '08

do they come in pink? I think the nicu gave him one to help him with his suction..so he could take a bottle...he was born two months early...they're not that expensive at walmart that i saw....well i was surprise that he even took one...my neice doesn't like them and my mom said they none of us took one..and neither did my mil's kids...oh well...I don't know about military hospitals...I've never had to deal with them...

***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting Scott's mommy:
ShaeMarie 1 child; California 990 posts
Aug 6th '08

My son was born in a Navy hospital and they gave the Soothie to him, but he would take it. He likes the Avents.

♥mommamissa♥ 3 kids; North Pole, AK, United States 3852 posts
Aug 6th '08

the pink ones and blue ones are for +6 months :( but both of my daughters will only take the soothie ones , as for miltary hospitals they give out nuk paci's .... But they do sell them at wally world 2pack for 4 bucks ....

scott's mommy 17 kids; Prattville, Alabama 6960 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting ProudMarineWife26:
Colleen L. 20 kids; Tallahassee, Florida 9190 posts
Aug 6th '08

walmart carrys them in a two pack for like 3 bucks i think it is. My little one loved them at first but then wouldnt take them.

@#$#^$& Georgia 6994 posts
Aug 6th '08

i think they are too heavy, i like the nuk

MegaStar04 1 child; Greenville, Ohio 2 posts
Aug 6th '08

I found a great website that sells affordable pacifiers. They're like soothies but they are called Gumdrop. They fit your babies face and mouth better and you can buy them in bulk and get them scented or not and they come in three colors orange/pink/blue so you can choose what's right for you. My son is two and he loves his soothies but he has a tendancy to lose them so this is a great alternative to having to pay more at the store. Here's the link for the website. http://www.hawaiimedical.com/Products/

***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting MegaStar04:
***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting ♥missa116♥:
***Team Jacob*** 2 kids; California 4066 posts
Aug 6th '08
Quoting Scott's mommy:
wafflemommy 4 kids; Florida 233 posts
Aug 6th '08

I breastfed and used soothie pacifiers. They were the only ones that she would take.Wal Mart does have them sometimes. The one where I live only has them every once in a while so when we need them we have to drive 30 miles to the next Wal Mart. They always have them at that one. I will be so glad when we can finally get rid of her paci's!