Bottel Hayashi, Singapore

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Any brands for pacifier for 22 months old recommended? My girl tend to wake up 4-5 times at night to comfort latch . If i dont give in , she will kick me and wake up n cry . Sometimes she will just su
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Some concerns with some brands of pacifiers but from experience I have bought 5 different brands like Nuk, Avent, Pigeon etc. My LO only likes Pigeon and worse still, only a specific design
Both my girls started using Pigeon pacifier when they were mths old and I wean them off from it when they were 18mths. You might wan to reconsider introducing pacifier as when is time to wean off from
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i was thinking of weaning off. I tried to stay out at n night too . but when she wake up and cant find me, see my helper or my husband or whoever , she will mad cry . and its really non stop crying ki
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Do u still latch her? Or decided to wean off latching? I don't suggest you to give pacifier if you decided to wean off, as she may get used to it till 4-5 years old with it. Hence i suggest u to be
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The NUK Sports motif pacifier is good for babies 18 months to 36 months. It has an improved nipple that soothes and calms baby better and has an asymmetrical shape that will help promote healthy oral
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My coming to 21 months girl is afraid of noises. To the extend of me calling out my 7 yo boy from my room to the living room, she would just jump up and panic and cry and say she is scared. Some times
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i guess she needs a companion example a teddy which she loves.U can let her hold it and also can talk to her if shes afraid juz hug teddy..
Have you considered if your girl has hypersensitivity to certain noises? My elder girl has since young been very sensitive to loud noises - like the cymbals of a lion dance troupe, fireworks, and the
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My gal used to be like that too. I find her to be lacking of confidence therefore she's timid. Constant reassurance helps. I will tell her that it's ok mommy' here there's nothing to be afraid of etc.
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Yes agree with others parent that you may get her favourite pillow and on radio/smoothing music when she is asleep. Try to bring her out more frequent to get use of the noise too.
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Try to have some noise (radio/TV) in the room she nap in to let her get used with noise. Once she is used to the usual noises in the house, she will be able sleep better even with noises.