We bought these dummies for my son as my sister had only ever used these for her little girl. He took to them straight away! Other dummies were too big or heavy for his mouth but these were just fine! Only downside is they are quite expensive for dummies and smaller pharmacies and shopa don’t stock them however they do come in a pack of 2, in a steriliser box that can be microwaved and can often be found on offer for 2 packets for 8 pound.
I've used MAM Soothers with both my children and I love them. There's a great range of designs in all sizes. They come in a really handy box so they can be sterilised really easily in the microwave. Love them!
My Son Loves MAM dummies, tried god knows how many different types An these are the only ones he took to, only problem was my son has autism and only likes yellow and really struggled to find yellow ones.
Great dummy, my daughter took to the dummy straight away even though she was breast fed. Also comes with a sterile box which is great when out and about. Only problem is when cleaning the dummy the teat fills with water.
I really liked this product and he idea of being able to sterilise and keep the dummy’s safe when not in use in the box that could be opened easily when needed but also kept closed when in the changing bag
My daughter unfortunately didn’t eat on with these dummy’s as I think the shape of the test wasn’t good for her, as I was breast feeding.
My little one loves it she has a small mouth so this dummy is the best fit for her. We only use it when she’s sleepy or restless works a charm. Over time water does get inside the teet witch you can’t really clean from previous cleaning we have a few so we just replace them when that happens.
I love these dummies, my baby has had only these ones and won’t take to any others. They have a soft teat and a breathable mouth piece so her lips don’t get sore from dribble. I have found however with the small holes directly around the teat, if she throws up it seeps through and this is hard to clean.
The only dummy accepted by my little one. My son was very fussy when it came to dummies. From day one this brand became his favourite. Great shape and fantastic soother that used to help him to settle down. Highly recommended!
Most dummies come sized 0-6 or 6-12 months so they were miles too big for my tiny newborn. These were the best ones we found. Cute designs too.
The only thing I wish it had was a handle so you could attach a dummy clip.
Like most parents I was back and forth on whether I was gong to use a dummy/soother and how early to introduce. I have to say that these dummies have been amazing at allowing my son some comfort rather than using me and still being good at latching on for breast feeding.
After trying nuk, tommee tippee and Asda’s own these are the only dummies my wee one would take. Fit in mouth perfect and lightweight so baby can put them in own mouth once development stage is hit. Loads of colours and designs including glow in the dark. The fact they come in an easy sterilise box is an even bigger bonus.
In my home country was hard to find them in stores
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When it comes to dummies, there s usually only one perfect shape that your baby would love it 😊. My son started using them since birth and now as he is 18 months still loves his dummy. Of course we changed the size and I was expecting he s gonna refuse them, but no chance! 😄 the only issue is that they get damaged easily when the child discovers he can bite.
Cute designs, easy for baby to suck & keep in their mouth
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My three month old has loved these dummies since birth. Tried the Tommee Tippee ones which just kept falling out but these ones he manages to keep in his mouth much easier. Love the designs can match them to baby's outfits.
Always used Mam dummies. I am a fostercarer and have a lot of new born babies from the hospital. The hospital recommend these dummies for prem babies and to help prevent cot death.
The styles are lovely for the babies. The designs too. They come in new born and larger sizes as baby grows.They sterilise well.Can be sterilised in the box in 3 minutes.
I really like these dummies. I used them with my 3 yr old when she was a baby & currently using them with my 5 month old little boy. Handy storage box that you can use to sterilise them in & transport them - also can be sterilised in the microwave in 3 minutes. I wouldn’t use any other dummy.
My baby had a real trouble eating when he was first first born so we had to spend some time in hospital.
He had really bad reflux and would scream the ward down. The hospital provided us with a dummy and it seem to help a little. I went out and got one of these and he has been using them every since. He loves them!!
Calmed him right down and soothed him when he had to wait for his next feed. They are easy to clean and very cute. The 0-2 months are perfect size (my baby was 5lb when he was born) Now he is on the 6+ and is still on love with them.
Im sure it is to do with the shape of the teat. It is flat rather then bell shaped. So his mouth isn't forced to stay open.
10 out of 10!!
Our baby is 7 weeks old, he suffers with colic and we tried everything to try and calm him down when he was hurting (asides from the medicines) the MAM dummy was the only dummy he would take and would settle him during his witching hour.
My baby boy was born 5 weeks early and the NICU unit encourage a dummy to encourage sucking for when they can feed. These dummies were the only ones that my baby could suckle on which then in turn helped to encourage feeding.
These dummies come in lovely designs and are still using the next sizes up even now to help him sleep!
These dummies are brilliant. My baby accepted them immediately. Lovely designs with breathable holes. The glow in the dark variety are particularly useful at night which helps stop disturb him sleeping. Come in a nice steriliser case.