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Posted anonymously, 2nd October 2019

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  • Does your little one understand well?
    Sometimes that makes a difference. I think I will have the same issue with my son.
    Is it limited to sleep time only?
    Swap it over for a cool present at Christmas? Lots of cuddles whilst transitioning.

  • Just take it off them during sleep..? Let them know that other kid s there age, though not all don’t need one or give them something else to to to keep their mind off it

  • Have you started by only giving your toddler the dummy to go to sleep at night? If you don’t already maybe give your toddler a toy to cuddle in bed. For some the dummy and toy are like a comfort / security feeling. Watch your toddler doesn’t switch to continuously sucking fingers. That can lead to teeth being pushed out of alignment and fingers are a lot larger and also solid. I personally know a young girl who did that and had to have treatment to correct the dental treatment,

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