A MAM Pacifier Is Magic!
Discovering the MAM pacifier was akin to discovering gold for us. That discovery was a process though. When selecting her binkies, my husband and I made our choices based on size, safety and style.
Through trial and error, I found the best pacifier available. The MAM pacifier literally made those crying fits stop. It was like magic. As soon as my daughter would begin fussing, we would place the MAM pacifier in her mouth and it would comfort her. She liked having something in her mouth to suck. We went out and purchased a lot more to have in every corner of the house; we didn’t want to run the risk of being unable to find one at a moment’s notice!
What We Liked About the MAM Pacifier
- The shape – The design allows her nose to be completely uncovered by the pacifier
- The silicone – Our baby preferred silicone bottles and the MAM pacifier was an extension of that
- The clip feature – The MAM pacifier can be bought with an attachment clip, allowing it to be clipped to a bib, shirt, jacket, etc.
The MAM pacifier fit snugly up against my baby’s face. Not so snug that it was uncomfortable, but snug enough that she did not have to keep pressing it up against it. This binky stayed put.
The MAM pacifier gives her plenty of breathing room for her little nose; something I found particularly great when she was sick.
As with all pacifiers, the MAM pacifier has different sizes for different age babies. As babies grow, their mouths grow too, so one binky is not going to fit the growing child for months on end.
As I have mentioned, binkies are small, therefore meaning that they can be easily lost in the sea of other baby stuff. The MAM pacifier can be secured to a bib, shirt, jacket or any other article of clothing. Having the MAM pacifier attached right to our daughter is very convenient.
We send her to daycare a few times a week, and we do not have to be concerned that her pacifier will be lost, or mistakenly used by another child if left on the floor. As she moves around the room, she brings her MAM pacifier with her, even if it’s not in her mouth.
The MAM Pacifier Product Review
There are many pacifier and binky options available and I have found the MAM pacifier to be the best out there. It is comfortable, fits snugly against an infants face and offers plenty of room for baby to breathe.
The MAM pacifier is available in a variety of sizes and colors. They have sizes 0-3 months, 2+ months, and 6+ months. There are gender specific ones, and gender neutral ones. Some have different designs and various word phrases. The variety will allow you to have fun and give your child some personality in his or her MAM pacifier selection.
For me, one of the best features of the MAM pacifier was being able to adhere to something she was wearing. This clip does not come with all MAM pacifier packages, so you must be sure to purchase one with it if you want it. We were able to run errands or take a road trip knowing that her MAM pacifier always remained within her reach (we all know how babies love to toss things!) We never had to stop or pull over solely to try and find her MAM pacifier, she was able to follow the end of the fabric and put it in her mouth.
My daughter did not take to any of the other pacifiers that we offered to her, probably about 4 other brands. The MAM pacifier came highly recommended to me by other mothers, and now I pass that recommendation on to you. I keep a ready supply on hand and will continue to do so for as long as she is using a pacifier.
Current Customer Reviews
A friend bought these for me for my newborn baby girl and she loves them. They are very light-weight, which is a must for newborns. These were my daughter’s first pacifiers and I tried another brand just recently and even though they were marked for 0-6 months, they were too heavy for her to hold in her mouth (she’s 4 weeks old), so back to MAM!
These pacifiers are great! We tried four different kinds for our newborn baby girl and these were the only ones that weren’t too big for her little mouth. As a result she’s able to keep them in her mouth for longer (a plus for the parents!). I am also breastfeeding and we gave these to her her first week home and she’s never had a problem with nipple confusion.
MAM pacifiers are worth their weight in gold!
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Believe it or not, pacifiers have been around for centuries! Over the course of time, they have developed significantly. If your baby is breastfed, you may have concerns about when to introduce a pacifier. Experts have different opinions, so parents need to do what works best for their family. Make sure that the pacifier you use is safe. Some toddlers may have difficulty weaning themselves from using a pacifier, but there is lots of advice to help with that.