My goal was have Munchkie potty trained and pacifier free by her second birthday. I realized that if she became potty trained, she might regress if the pacifier was taken away. So even though I need to jump on the chance to stop having to change diapers, I want to make sure that it's for real.
So we went on quite an expedition today to get to a Build-A-Bear Workshop (obviously I pay such good attention at the mall closest to us that I didn't realize there wasn't one and had to ask where there was a Build-A-Bear). Several years ago I had read in a magazine a suggestion of using Build-A-Bear to wean off of pacifiers and I always wanted to use it when I had a child of my own. However, I realized that it was basically going cold turkey, so we are also going to incorporate the technique that my own parents used on me. Each night they would cut little pieces off of my pacifier, and I am going to do the same with Munchkie. Tonight Munchkie cried for a few minutes, but fell asleep after just a few minutes of crying (could have been that she didn't take any nap today) and hopefully will stay asleep.
Since I'm working the next four days in a row, and I don't really remember the last time I worked days, I hope that Munchkie sleeps through the night pacifier free. Next week we will go hardcore into potty training. Because in a month from tomorrow, she will be two. How did this happen???
|Stuffing her bops into the bunny.|
|Using the peddle to add the stuffing.|
|Deciding that it's perfectly stuffed.|
|Hugs for Bop the Bunny while enjoying Big Girl Smoothies.|
|Bop the Bunny takes her place in Munchkie's crib with a bop in each extremity.|