- Exclusive limited edition WubbaNub!
- 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
My 2 year old still uses a binky and loves wubbabnubs! This zebra is cute and well made. We have about 5 different wubbanubs and he loves them all!
I wanted to love this because it is so adorable and it’s the …
I wanted to love this because it is so adorable and it’s the type of pacifier that we use. It’s supposed to help the baby keep the pacifier in their mouth, but I think it actually makes the paci fall out more. I also don’t like the cleaning instructions. I’m not comfortable throwing it in the washer and hand-washing anything when you have children is a pain in the butt. I give it 3 stars for being cute, but I will just keep using the regular pacifier.
Not a hit
I wish this plush toy could accommodate other pacifiers. My little one doesn’t like the one attached and there is no way to take it off and replace it with another kind (or clean it).
I love the idea…
The idea of this is awesome, and my son absolutely loves it, but more as a toy than a pacifier. If we pop it in his mouth he sucks on it for a second, but then grabs the toy part and pulls it right back out.
My daughter’s favorite.
After a recommendation, I bought 3 wubbanubs. The caterpillar, the zebra and the pink giraffe. The zebra’s shape makes it easy for my 4 month old to hold onto. She puts one hand up by the pacifier and wraps the other arm around the body like it is her little buddy. It also makes it easy for her to put the pacifier back into her mouth if she wriggles and it falls out. I think she only favors this one because she is drawn to the black and white of zebras. The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because the Soothie pacifier is glued in so it can’t be changed and the size of the pacifier is 0-3 months. My daughter is a preemie with an adjusted age of 7 weeks so physically she can use it for another month or so before I should be putting her on larger pacifiers and then eventually the orthodontic shaped ones. So it is a shame that she can’t use it as she grows because it has become like a little friend to her.