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Our little one always pushed out her pacifier. Eventually we realised that she just didn't want it, and so we've never used one. She's 14 months old now, and we won't have to wean her of it, though comforting her requires a breast.
There are plenty of solutions to this matter but first of all you want to find the right pacifier for your baby. There are many different shapes and sizes you need to evaluate why it is falling out first and make sure you can tell what type of issue your baby is having. It is probably hungry if the pacifier doesn't stay in it's mouth.
You child proof all at once, but you unproof in stages, depending on the item: stair gate when they can safely navigate the stairs consistently. small choking hazards when they stop putting everything into their mouth. sharp furniture corners probably never in an active play room. In the rest of the house, when they can walk consistently without falling ...
With my son we did minimal baby proofing in the first place. The extent of what we did: medicines and cleaning products were kept up in high cabinets (which they were anyway, but we just took care not to leave them out / in reach) we put a stair gate at the top of the stairs we had a cupboard door lock on the large pantry-style food cupboard in the ...
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