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The Dummy Fairy

The Dummy Fairy

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It explains to the child in simple, colourful illustration what will happen to their dummy once the Dummy Fairy has taken it.

So I tried leaving them on the table next, and made her count them for me (so hopefully she'll remember the relevance of the same number of chocolate coins in the morning) - well when I said 'let's count them', she did - in Spanish! That's if I can prise them out of her hands - when I left her to sleep she had a very tight hold of 5, and the other one in her mouth of course! to 4 years, now is a great time to use the Dummy Fairy This is a gentle approach that keeps your toddler involved and celebrates them growing up and being a big kid! That first night was pretty painful, took her longer to fall asleep and with more tears, but after that it’s been plain sailing! She gave up her dummy in the day at around 6months old, until she realised it was an option - at around 12months.

This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. ADD On - A Dummy Fairy Reciept printed on hard card which you can fill out and add to your baby box along with their other memorable items such as their hospital wrist band or lock of hair.Only problem we had was having to explain to ds that dd was still a baby and therefore not giving her dummy to santa that year but would have to the next if wanted any pressies. Are you aware that child psychologists suggest that parents talk to their child about taking away their Dummy at least 10 times before you actually do it? We'd talked about a soother fairy before but this helped him picture her and picture how it was going to go.

After your little one falls asleep, replace their bag of dummies with treats, toys or another source of comfort such as a new teddy bear or special pillow – as a gift from the Dummy Fairy. A little girl named Amira, is persuaded to give up her dummies due to the thought of getting a surprise from the Dummy Fairy.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! On some pages the font is black on a coloured background and is difficult to read (with a bedside lamp on or in a tent with a torch). Daniel and the Dummy Fairy Book is written by Australia Mama Leisa Papa with vibrant illustrations by Karen Mounsey-Smith. I do think care should be taken to ensure the child realises they can't keep (and in turn get attached to) the Dummy Fairy afterwards - she should be an elusive character much the same as Father Christmas and the Tooth Fairy - there to do a job but then off to guide other little boys and girls through their dummy rehab.



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