I nursed both my girls and we used the Advent pacifiers (like these: http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Nighttime-Infant-Pacifier-2-Count/dp/...)that are sized according to age. My oldest didn't take on, but my youngest loved these!
I know a lot of women love the Soothies, but neither of my girls would take them. They got them in the hospital and they just kept spitting them out. My nurse told me about the ones above.
You'll probably end up buying a few different kids to see if your baby likes any of them.
Soothies worked for my little girl, but since she is nursed, she lost interest in it a little over a month after birth. She does have a favorite felt caterpillar that seems to work for her. I just keep it regularly washed and let her have at it.
My daughter is purely breastfed and she loves the soothie or gumdrop pacifiers. Try the soothie first. The newborn pacifiers are the softest, she responded best to them until she started teething.
My baby loves the gumdrop pacifiers too! They mimic the shape of an actual nipple.
Soothies are awesome! I believe they are the same kinds they get in the hospital. My son was breastfeed as well and only kept the pacifier for 4 months. He started to soothe himself a little after that, but we did have a short rough patch. Good luck!
My breastfed baby boy uses the Avent pacifiers. He also use the Avent bottles and that is the reason I started with that brand of pacifier. I've never tried another brand since we didn't have any trouble getting him to take that one.
I recommend MAM pacifiers. My son loved to suck when he was a newborn and breastfeeding and those were the only pacifiers that he would use. I tried the Nuk, Soothies & Tommee Tippee pacifiers and he hated them.
I agree! I tried everything and these are the only ones she doesn't spit out!
I agree!Both of my kiddos would only take MAM pacifiers...the ones with the bulb looking ends not with the flat side...they refused any others!
I agree!! My daughter will only use the MAM pacifiers. I've tried several others and she spits them out.
We've always had great luck with MAM pacis. Although, my daughter is nearly 6 months and exclusively breastfed and has refused a paci ever since we got home from the hospital. ...