2 Pack Pacifiers - Nordic Mint / Forest Lake

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Bibs Pacifiers are a Must HAVE!

The BIBS pacifier has been a classic for moms and babies for over 30 years. Due to its naturally safe and durable rubber material, the BIBS pacifier has been trusted by moms worldwide for decades. Teach your baby to self-soothe with this pacifier that mimic's mom's breast in both comfort and feet. The BIBS pacifier is 100% free from BPA, PVC and phthalates. Designed and manufactured in Denmark. Their classic appearance captures a look that’s both timeless and elegant. Available in a 2 pack in a variety of colours - collect them all to ensure your baby's look is coordinated!

Care Instructions:

Sterilize each pacifier before use. Bring water to a boil and pour boiling water over pacifiers. Let the pacifiers soak for approx. 5 minutes. Pick them up and let them dry. The pacifier nipples may retain water, simply squeeze the nipple to release and lay to cool and dry for 3-4 hours. If the pacifier shows any irregularities, we recommend that you discard right away. Due to our pacifiers being made with natural rubber, the nipple may expand with use.

When cleaning the pacifier, just follow these four simple steps:

1) Put the pacifiers in a clean bowl
2) Pour them with boiling water
3) Let the pacifiers soak for approx. 5 min.
4) Pick them up and let them dry

Which size should I choose?

Size 1 (0 to 6 months)
Shorter narrow teat, with a nipple length of 26mm, great for preemies and smaller newborns
Size 2 (6 to 18 months)
Narrow teat, with a nipple length of 30mm, may also be suitable for baby before 6 months.
The bulb of the teat is the same size on both, with the difference in size in the nipple length.
Size 3 (18+ months)
For many babies size 1 will be too small - it is most likely that baby will accept a size 2 from beginning to end.

Size 2 is the most commonly used size (labelled as 6-18 months, but suitable for newborn use, as per the manufacturer's recommendation) - the teat length is crucial to getting baby’s sucking reflexes activated.

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