Having a dummy is a wonderful way to settle and comfort your child.
However, when a child enters the stage of beginning to verbalise, this dependency upon a dummy can have a negative effect. Our four simple steps may assist you to remove your child’s dummy without causing unnecessary anxiety as they grow, enabling a smoother transition.
Daisy the Dummy Fairy has a very special job to do. When children grow big enough to give away their dummies, she flutters into their house at night to collect them, leaving every child a surprise to find in the morning!
Daniel has just turned two and is ready to give away his dummies. What will happen when he meets Daisy the Dummy Fairy?
If you are feeling a little nervous you may be comforted by the top 4 tips for caregivers in the preface of this book. Follow these tips and remove your child’s dummy with less stress.
Did you know that:
Speech Pathologists say that Dummy sucking can affect the sounds made by the letters S,Z,SH,CH,T,D & N
Dr’s feel that a toddler sucking a dummy has three times more ear infections than a non-dummy sucker
Dentists also relate a curve in the top front teeth to dummy sucking
Daisy the Dummy Fairy has now helped hundreds of children ditch their dummy with less stress and she can help your little toddler as well. Why not check out Leisa’s story and see how it worked for her.