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What's the difference in newborn pacifiers & 0-3 pacifiers ? Caesars Mommy(: 1 child; Illinois 51 posts
8th Feb '13

Just curious if I should give my almost 2 month old son a 0-3 passy or if its not a big deal. Thanks !

Bethyboo wants a VBAC! Due July 6 (boy); 18 kids; Mississippi 1194 posts
8th Feb '13

Watching!!!

Buzz and Almond Joys momm 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 12593 posts
8th Feb '13

The difference is in size and toughness (?) I believe. I don't think it's a big deal but I never put any thought into jt

pitbullprincess Due June 24 (girl); 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts
8th Feb '13
Quoting Caesars Mommy(::" Just curious if I should give my almost 2 month old son a 0-3 passy or if its not a big deal. Thanks !"


is his newborn too small for his mouth? think of it like baby clothes 0-3 is like larger newborn first month kinda size and can last quite a while vs newborn strictly fits newborn smallness for pacis if you are trying to stay with the orthodonic route just watch and see if its too big or small for your babys mouth they will let you know lol

Caesars Mommy(: 1 child; Illinois 51 posts
8th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting pitbullprincess:</b>" is his newborn too small for his mouth? think of it like baby clothes 0-3 is like larger newborn ... [snip!] ... to stay with the orthodonic route just watch and see if its too big or small for your babys mouth they will let you know lol"</blockquote>




Ha, that makes sense. I can't believe I didn't think of that. Thank you ! (;

LoveMyBubbaBoy 2 kids; Michigan 3189 posts
8th Feb '13

With mam the plastic part is bigger on the 0-6 month ones than the newborn ones. The nipple is the same though. Then the 6+ month ones have a bigger nipple.

I AM TRON 17 kids; Illinois 1482 posts
8th Feb '13

My doctor told me, if you start hearing smacking or gasping noises, or they are having a hard time keeping it in their mouth it is not the right size. I don't know from personal experience though because my son would never take one.

love button Ontario 770 posts
8th Feb '13

DD would just have a problem when soothers were to big, that it would cover her nose and too much around her mouth and it would get all read and sore. so just watch out for that. she loved the newborn ones so much. like the on in your picture with the whole in it. it took a while to get her used to the other one and she hated it! so the sooner the better

pitbullprincess Due June 24 (girl); 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts
9th Feb '13
Quoting I AM TRON:" My doctor told me, if you start hearing smacking or gasping noises, or they are having a hard time keeping ... [snip!] ... it in their mouth it is not the right size. I don't know from personal experience though because my son would never take one. "



pretty much this lol just incase you need details on what to look for its like when breastfeeding or knowng when bottle nipple is not for your LO lots of watching and listening