Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Consequence of addicted to pacifier

En En loves her chut-chut (pacifier) and she can't sleep without one. Mummy is thinking to wean her off chut-chut (En En calls it "tut-tut") soon coz this will be a very difficult habit to change.

En En often found like below:


There's one night we brought her out and never bring any chu-chut and we found she kept on doing this:

The next morning we discovered:

Her finger is recovering but she just loves to peel the new grown layer of skin. Thus, the finger was always so red. (So heartache to see this, must be very painful!) Pacifier does nothing good if the child is too addicted!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

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bZbee said...

wah..i thought that my dd is worse..she doesn't suck her thumb n pacifier..just sucks me..sigh..sometimes i feel like a pacifier...needs to suckle me to bed all the time....

Peridot&Sapphire said...

Kerrin: this is a great idea but I would rather don't start introduing pacifier to my baby. I prefer my boobs to be the pacifier... haha! Anyway, thanks for inviting.

bzbee: I wish en en never refuse my boobies but I know it's very tiring to be a 24 hours pacifier. :)

jazzmint said...

this the same case with my boy, but he don't such the finger, just being cranky

chanelwong said...

aiyo...I also sakit hati see her finger...

Mummy to QiQi said...

when they were young, we wanted to comfort them by giving them chut-chut. But when they grow older, we pulak have problem weaning them from it. just like breastfeeding...sigh...

LA My Home said...

without a pacifier it is difficult to find ways to put my son to sleep. he was the one whom chose to stop chutchutting. one day he just decided not to take it. but it is harder for me as i have to tell him stories for hours (until throat also dry) before he can nap or sleep at night. sometimes i wish he would just take the pacifier.

whoisbaby

LA My Home said...

without a pacifier it is difficult to find ways to put my son to sleep. he was the one whom chose to stop chutchutting. one day he just decided not to take it. but it is harder for me as i have to tell him stories for hours (until throat also dry) before he can nap or sleep at night. sometimes i wish he would just take the pacifier.

whoisbaby

Peridot&Sapphire said...

jazzmint: lucky ur boy doesn't suck his finger...

chanel: that's why... can't imagine the effect on chut-chut until I discovered it... *sigh*

chinnee: you are also another moo mummy?

whoisbaby: I think it's true for most baby on pacifier...

Bryan's Mama said...

i weaned bryan when he was only 6 months. my MIL thought i was the most wicked mother in the entire world! LOL

but it was worth it.