- 05-16-2012, 10:37 AM #9Registered User
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- Jan 2011
We haven't used one for our son, and when we've flown I've just b/f fed him on take off and landing. Seemed to work fine.
There has been one or two occasions when I did try to give him a dummy (when we've returned from our trips very jetlagged and thought it may help to calm him at night), but he refused to take it as he didn't know what it was and showed more interest in trying to eat the plastic part rather than sucking on it!
- 05-16-2012, 10:45 AM #10Registered User
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- Jun 2010
My son uses Pigeon for no other reason than we were looking for one, saw it, tried it and he took to it. The reason we gave him one was because he had reflux as a young baby and it helped him. For my daughter, I am avoiding it. She sucks her hands and that's fine by me.
I wouldn't introduce a pacifier just for a flight. It's a hard habit to break. You can just nurse your baby during take-off and landing or have her drink from a bottle.
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