Pacifiers and milk bottles if not weaned off at the right age, can last up to many years.
As a parent you can follow following steps to successfully wean off your child of pacifiers:
FUN FACT: Sucking is an instinct and sometimes occurs even before birth.
Diapers affect the mood of your child if they are not comfortable in them.
A crib or a cot is a small bed especially designed for infants and very young children.
A playpen is a high sided, enclosed play area specifically designed for babies to play so they won’t wander off.
Baby wipes are wet cleaning clothes used for hygiene purposes. Buy wipes which are gentle on your baby's skin.
Babies love to sleep in cradle because the swaying of cradle is soothing to them.
Baby boxes are also known as sleep boxes. These are simple cardboard boxes which can be used in place of cribs for babies to sleep in.
A stroller is a wheeled vehicle to transport children generally in a sitting up or semi-reclined position by a person pushing on a handle attached to the stroller
A baby carrier is a soft padded carrier that you wear on your front to carry your baby comfortably.
Selection of milk bottle can be based on many parameters like nipple shape, nipple flow, bottle material and bottle shape.
A pacifier is a rubber, plastic, or silicone nipple which is given to an infant to suck upon. It comes with a mouth shield to avoid the danger of swallowing it and choking up on it.
A rocker is a baby chair with a slanted base so that you can rock your baby gently while they lie in the chair.
A cradle is a baby bed with curved bases so it is easy to rock them from side to side.