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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingNewborn & Baby · 10 years ago

Can a 2 month old baby use a 6+ month MAM pacifier?

My baby boy is 2 month old and I mistakenly bought a 6+ month sized MAM pacifier. He seems to like it and sucks on it well. Would it hurt to give him the 'wrong' sized pacifier? Or should I go out to get the 2-6 months old size for him?

http://www.mambaby.com/the_products-soothers-2-6_m...

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  • tanner
    Lv 7
    10 years ago
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    As long as he likes it & isn't gagging on it, he's fine. Sometimes the nipple for 6+ mo is too big for younger babys. I find that my breast fed baby likes the bigger pacifiers. Whereas my bottle fed babies liked the smaller ones.

  • mallin
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Mam Pacifier 6 Months

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    4 years ago

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    My baby boy is 2 month old and I mistakenly bought a 6+ month sized MAM pacifier. He seems to like it and sucks on it well. Would it hurt to give him the 'wrong' sized pacifier? Or should I go out to get the 2-6 months old size for him?...

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    It's fine, those are just a guideline. Some kids prefer the larger size. My neice was using an 18 month + Nuk at 9 months, and my daughter will use anything lol even the really little newborn size. Just depends on the child.

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  • 10 years ago

    If he will take it, it should be fine. They just make them smaller for the younger age for comfort. My last child never wanted anything bigger than a newborn size...its just their preference.

  • 10 years ago

    as long as it suits him well, it's fine. i'm pretty sure the reason they put sizes on them is to try to insure the baby doesn't choke, but if hes not gagging he's fine! no worries..

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