WubbaNub™ Pacifier Toy
Didn't like the shape
My son didn't like the shape of the nipple and can't keep it in his mouth.
Fave baby item
These are the best pacifiers. Soft animal body stays on babies chest and keeps paci in mouth...older babies are easily able to maneuver back in to mouth. Also easy to reach around and grab when in car. Love this item!
this pacifier is fantastic. my little guy loves to hold on to the giraffe when he uses the pacifier, the pacifiers we have that don't have a little animal attached are always being spit out or dropped. our giraffe has lasted almost three months, but it's definitely time to get another one (this pacifier is used 6+ hours a day and has taken it like a champ). a must buy.
Easy to clean, easy to love
We've had this little giraffe for three months, and he's endured about two months drooly use now. WubbaNub (or Wubs, as he's called at our house) is a great friend and comfort for our baby. Why? Major pros:
* Easy to grip: The feet are just big enough and round enough that she can get a solid grasp on any of them, and sometimes two at a time.
* Easy to hold: The little, soft body, which is filled with something slightly softer than beans, is easy for the baby to wrap an arm around, and light enough that she can lift and spin the giraffe with one determined fist.
* Easy for chewing: Not only are the feet satisfying for snacking, the little horns at the face make for interesting small chewy pieces against hier gums.
* High quality silicone pacifier: The Soothie pacifier that's attached is great, not just for the usual Soothie benefits but also because it's very sturdily attached to the giraffe's body. It can safely travel the washer and then be rinsed in hot water itself for maximum cleanliness.
Points for debate:
* Doesn't always stay in her mouth longer. Yep, true -- sometimes she tugs it out. But she also seems less likely to have the whole thing drop from her grasp and fall to the floor; Wubs hits the deck much less often than the other, solo Soothies we have around the house.
* Longevity: We've had this in heavy rotation (daily play time probably equal to two hours) for a month, and he's showing a bit of wear. I imagine we'll need to restock with a second or third-string Wubbanub within the next three months if his popularity remains strong.