Picture this: your baby is screaming because their infant pacifier keeps falling out. You realize you need a pacifier accessory to help keep track of that pacifier and avoid pulling your hair out! Pacifiers are sanity savers so you decide to go Walmart and are overwhelmed with the surplus of pacifier accessories.
Unfortunately, the pacifier accessory you really need isn’t available at Walmart! The Ingy Bingy Band is a pacifier wristband that any pacifier can attach to! This pacifier bracelet helps baby to self-soothe from as early as four months old! They can find it on their own and use it whenever they need to in order to help them relax and let you keep your sanity!
What makes the Ingy Bingy Band better than any other pacifier accessory? Here’s our top 3 reasons!
Self-Soothing: Current research is saying babies can’t use a newborn pacifier on their own until about 8 months old. Until then, it is your job to repeatedly find a reinsert your babies pacifier every time it falls out of their mouth. And let me tell you, that task wears on you! The pacifier clips help because you at least know where it fell to, but they still cannot get the pacifier into their mouth on their own! What if I told you there were a new pacifier accessory that allows your baby to get their pacifier back into their mouth – on their own – from about 4 months old? Well, there is now!
The Ingy Bingy Band is a pacifier wristband that attaches to any pacifier and velcros around baby’s wrist. After prompting your baby a few times, they should be able to use the pacifier wristband on their own from as early as 4 months! That’s a real sanity saver (for both you and the baby)!
Affordable: Pacifiers need to be replaced every 4-6 weeks. Many pacifier accessories such as Wubanubs or a homemade pacifier bracelet comes attached to the pacifier. Wubbanubs are about $12-$15 and since the pacifier is attached, you need a new one every 4-6 weeks! The Ingy Bingy Band is at the same price point but since the pacifier attaches and detaches easily, it does not need to be replaced every time you replace your pacifier!
Safety: The Ingy Bingy Band is the safest pacifier accessory on the market. Popular pacifier clips attach to baby’s shirt while the other end is attached to the pacifier. Most clips are made with non-toxic beads that are wooden or silicone. However, it’s important to be aware of the choking hazard this poses.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission says “that toys or products with small parts present a choking hazard to children under the age of three. A “small part” can be a whole or piece of a toy or article that “fits completely into a specially designed test cylinder 2.25 inches long by 1.25 inches wide that approximates the size of the fully expanded throat of a child under three years old.” The beads on pacifier clips are usually smaller than 1 inch.
Many parents also worry about the long strap on a pacifier clip potentially causing strangulation. With a pacifier wristband, nothing dangles or could get caught around their neck bringing comfort with use!
Do yourself a favor and get your sweet baby a new pacifier wristband!