In 2003 Read McCarty, the writer of the Preemie Bill of Rights, created the GumDrop Pacifier. He designed it to be low cut so preemies who needed nasal oxygen tubes would be able to use a pacifier. Loved by babies and used by hospitals around the country, the GumDrop Pacifier has become a favorite among parents.
GumDrop Pacifiers have a curved shape, low-profile design, and textured nipple. The design of the GumDrop Pacifier resembles a woman's breast. As a result, the GumDrop helps avoid nipple confusion and it is a good pacifier to use once you are successfully breastfeeding. This made in the USA pacifier has a plastic inner guard with medical grade silicon molded on top. Because of this, there are no nooks and crannies for germs to hide. This lightweight pacifier is also free from latex, phthalates, and BPA. Attach a pacifier clip to the handle to prevent your baby's GumDrop from getting lost. This pacifier is designed for newborns and it can continue to be used for babies who don't have teeth. At Thanks Mama you will find the GumDrop Pacifier available in several different colors.
The sense of smell is an early developing sense. Studies have shown that vanilla is a soothing scent to some babies. Now you can find GumDrop Pacifiers available in a vanilla scent. Try each kind and see which one your baby likes the best.
Keep your GumDrop Pacifier from getting lost or falling onto the floor with the A-Cheaper Keeper Pacifier Attacher. This pacifier attacher has a plastic clip that attaches to your baby's clothing. A pastel-colored ribbon connects the clip to the pacifier with a Velcro attachment. Open the Velcro attachment and slide the ribbon through the GumDrop handle or any other standard pacifier and then reattach the Velcro. Included stickers can be used to personalize the plastic clip.