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does anyone know about the signs in the sky to take a binky? I have a 3 year old that is giving me one heck of a fight...

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Is that a

3 year old horse, cat, dog, car? And what on earth is a 'BINKY'

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Sussexman

A binky would be a pacifier for a human baby. A rubber or plastic device imitating nipple that goes into a baby’s mouth, used to calm and quiet the baby.

Thanks,
Elsie ./.

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Many years ago

We used to place a wind-up musical box by my daughters bed and play it, by the time the wound spring was run down she would be asleep. Mind you we started when she was a baby so I feel 3 years a bit late to try new things. Mind you a bottle full of whiskey and water I reckon would do the trick. I mean for the baby not you Tera.

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Go to the

"Best Days" column, then look for "weaning" You'll find a host of info there! :)

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Maybe

I'm trying to teach my Nan to suck eggs. But normally a child will cry for a reason. If the tot only cries at night he/she could be fraid of the dark or something he/she thinks is in the dark. have you tried talking to her/him when not crying to find out why.

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