what is baby bunching?

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Mar 19, 2009


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Cara Fox

Ugh. My kids all have built-in bling - i.e. they are thumb and finger suckers. Now that my oldest is five, he REALLY needs to quit, but I keep finding one reason after another not to make him - he just got another baby brother, he's recently dropped his naps, he might be changing schools, etc. etc. The bottom line is that I am uber-sympathetic because I, too, was a thumb sucker. My mom says that my thumb would creep into my mouth at night up to my early teens - even through braces! I do feel like he was forced to grow up so quickly because our children were all closely spaced. The end of thumb sucking is a grown-up rite of passage that neither he nor I are ready to face, despite the advice of our dentist.


Pacifiers were our problem. My oldest was 3 1/2 before I finally took his away, in my defense, he only needed it to sleep, he didn't walk around with it in his mouth all day or anything. :) I actually just had both boys (15 months apart) give them up together. It worked well, we had a "big boy" celebration, and mailed them to Grammy and she mailed them back a "big boy" treat. Only a few times did I feel guilty for making the 2 year old give his up at the same time, when he asked for it at bedtime, and didn't seem like he understood when I told him they were all gone. Now I get to do it all over again with my youngest (she's 22 months behind her brother). Not much of a break around here. :)

Justice Jonesie

I'm the binky pusher, I'll admit it. I do it for my own sanity I think. Then I make the mistake of not weaning before age one. After that, it's a nightmare. So at age two, I start limiting binky use to just nap or night time. And finally, before the big three birthday, we are done. Youngest just threw his away last Thursday and he did great! We are officially done in this house, HOORAY!!

Now, for the nighttime bottle.....

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