Soothing toys may not be necessary right away if you are planning on breastfeeding. Most babies will find soothing comfort when attached to your breast and slowly fall asleep as they are sleeping – hence the importance of burping your little one. But as they grow older, they may not get that same soothing sensation from your breast or if you are bottle feeding, your little one may seek soothing from elsewhere.
We’ve gathered some soothing solutions below. All babies are different and attach to different things, so it may take a few tries before getting it right. Soothing toys are important to give your little one a rest and find comfort in something. The one below looks adorable. It’s a big huge elephant that your little one can rest on, cuddle, and hold on to when he or she needs a big hug. Click on the image below for the current price.
Soothers are great for most kids, but you may find that your baby is refusing to have a piece of plastic in their mouths. Who can blame them? There are many soothers on the market and it really depends on your baby’s preferences which ones work. Click on the image below for the current price.
Some babies really need noise to fall asleep. While some will leave the radio on for white noise, others buy noise machines and use them from a young age to encourage falling asleep. If you are struggling to get your little one to rest, consider trying a white noise machine. Click on the image below for the current price.
What soothers did you use to calm your little one down in times of need? Share your thoughts and experiences below to help out other moms.