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When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

It doesn’t matter if it’s a blankie or a baby lamb, when your baby loses his lovey it’s stressful on everyone. But there are ways you can help make it a little easier.
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Review 1 for When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

Date:September 23, 2012
When my oldest was about 2 1/2 she had all but destroyed her favorite blanket, we had her great-grandma turn it into a pillow. She does not sleep with this one anymore but it sits in the corner of her room just incase her 'new' blanket is in the wash and she needs something to calm her.
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Review 2 for When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

Date:August 2, 2012
We were lucky enough to have received 2 identical loveys that my son has become attached to. He usually has at least one with him all the time. If he forgets it at home when we are traveling, we had professional pictures taken of him and his baby together, seeing one of those pictures usually calms him down enough to get him to focus on something other than not having his baby.
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Review 3 for When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

Date:June 17, 2012
My 3 years old like to watich tv until he go to bed but me or dad has to be there with him he going to bed about 11pm to1130 some 10 or 1030.
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Review 4 for When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

Date:April 24, 2012
My 2 1/2 year old has a crib comforter, that I believe used to have "Baby Mickey and Baby Minnie" on it, this poor thing has been washed so many times it is hard to tell. This poor blanket once belonged to my oldest son, who is 8, he never cared for it much, he preferred his binky. Anyway, I couldn't tell you when it happened or how it happened, by my daughter latched onto this blanket which we call her "wooby" and she wont hardly go anywhere without it. Heaven help me if anything ever happens to it, because I cant replace it, and she wont take another blanket.
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Review 5 for When Your Baby Loses His Lovey

Date:March 16, 2011
My 4 year old has a huge purple blanket that my 6month old has taken to be her bestie. My 4 year old still has her "blankie" from the day she was born and please believe we didn't leave home without it.
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Kayla1990
Posted January 10, 2012
My son Chance will be two in march and he has the blanket he got from the hospital the day he was born he reminds me of the little boy on charlie brown the way he drags it around everywhere he gose. It was blue and after washing it so many times it is now so pale it would pass as white we dont leave home without it and he dosnt sleep without it... but im glad that if hes attached to something its a blanket and not a binkie.
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