- Plush animal makes it easy for baby to grasp and manipulate the pacifier.
- Distributed in hospitals, NICU and well-baby units nationwide
- BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free
- Recommend for Newborn up to 6 months
- NOTE: Wubbanubs come packaged in a clear polybag with header card or a clear cube box.
These pacifiers aren’t just cute. The tiny stuffed animal helps to keep the pacifier in the babies mouth. It is much easier for babies to grab the animal and then wriggle the pacifier back into their mouth (so you don’t have to.) When they do have them in the animal rests on their chest and helps to keep the pacifier there. The pacifier part is the same kind that they give you in the hospital. My daughter would never take a pacifier but my son did and he loved these.
Not What You Expect For the Money
This item is as described. A Long Horn Bull with a soothie pacifier attached to it. My only complaint is that this stuffed animal is made out of the cheapest material one could possible purchase. I don’t know if you remember those teeny beanies that McDonald’s put in kid’s Happy Meals when Ty Beanie Babies were all the rage? Well this is made out of the same material. The picture kind of tricked me because this item looks like it was well made and even had somewhat of a luster to it. Anyways, it has not been damaged yet but I am sure it wont take long for that to happen seeing as the material is pretty cheap. I would say this whole toy is probably made for under $1. Anyways. It’s cute. We like the Long Horns and my kiddo likes the toy.
These soothers are great. The little stuffy helps to anchor the soother so if you’ve have a fussy baby who likes to spit soothers, this one comes in handy.
My 2 year old still uses a binky and loves wubbabnubs! This bull is cute and well made. We have about 5 different wubbanubs and he loves them all!
This is the 2nd Wubbanub we have purchased for our son. They are so cute! This one is by far the cutest. They don’t help the pacifier stay put as well as I hoped (I expected it to be a little heavier) but it is easier to grab when he spits it out in the car seat or at night when it’s dark.
I thought paying over $10 for a pacifier was ridiculous, but Wubbanubs are worth every penny. They help keep the pacifier in place, and my son loves playing with the stuffed animal portion. I believe it helps with his motor skills. The only downside is that my dog thinks it’s his chew toy, ha! That is obviously not a fault of the product, though. Good thing it’s easy to wash and dry. 🙂 We also have the giraffe and alligator wubbanubs. I think the animals with the longer legs (the giraffe and longhorn) stay in place a bit better because their feet are weighted a bit more, but we love all of them.
Worth the $
I found that yes, you can buy several regular paci’s for the same price, but these stay around longer because they don’t want to lose them! I ended up buying 2, having to sew in replacement paci’s (1 in each) over the course of about a year, and he gave them up rather easily at about 2 years. I washed them twice a week minimum in dish washing liquid and with all of that, I’d say I definitely got my money’s worth!
My son has about a dozen of these and we love all of them. I think it worth noting that the “fur” on them isn’t consistent. For example the giraffes, frog, and Mary Meyer Dino have a rougher texture. His new bull, lamb, thready teddy are super soft. My son loves them all regardless. He always has at least two of them in his crib, one in the stroller, and two downstairs. He’s been using them since the day he got out of the NICU and the day we stop using them will be harder on me I think.
This is cute, cute, cute! My youngest two have so many of these. They are cute, easy for babies to hold, and wash well in the dishwasher. I just put them on the top shelf. Living in Texas, I was really happy to find the long horn here on Amazon.
So far we like it
got this one because I am a Taurus and so is my son. so far no complaints. i like that its a soothie type pacie, those are the best. took off a star because the pacie doesn’t come off (permanently attached) so when you wash it you have to send the pacie thru the machine too AND as the child outgrows the pacie you cant remove the lovie for them. its a cute idea though. so far we are still in needing a pacie stage so we like it