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Fool or stop?

  1. It makes for a calmer baby and a smaller chance of cot death; the pacifier. But there are also a few drawbacks to the pacifier. Not on the teat itself, of course, but on its use. so what is wise use?

Did you know?

  1. Around 1500 in Europe it was customary to give your baby a hard sugar stick to suck on. But also a piece of linen filled with sugar or a piece of tough bacon did the trick! Babies became even more calm when this piece of linen was dipped in brandy or other alcoholic drinks. In 1900 the pacifier took on the shape we know today. The first patents for the design were filed in America. The suction part was made of black, brown or white rubber and was much longer than it is today. Around 1900 worrying headlines about the pacifier appeared in the newspaper, because the teat was dipped too often in sugar or honey with all the consequences that entailed (tooth decay) Good hygiene was a much discussed topic in the past. In 1914, a doctor from London complained about the habit of parents about the way the teat was cleaned. After the teat fell to the ground, it was briefly wiped and licked clean by the mother and then given to the child again. The pacifier in America is called pacify, it means peaceful. It comes from the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific Ocean. They use the expression 'spit he dummy' in England when one is furious? It literally means 'spit out the teat'.

  2. Around 1500 in Europe it was customary to give your baby a hard sugar stick to suck on. But also a piece of linen filled with sugar or a piece of tough bacon did the trick! Babies became even more calm when this piece of linen was dipped in brandy or other alcoholic drinks. In 1900 the pacifier took on the shape we know today. The first patents for the design were filed in America. The suction part was made of black, brown or white rubber and was much longer than it is today. Around 1900 worrying headlines about the pacifier appeared in the newspaper, because the teat was dipped too often in sugar or honey with all the consequences that entailed (tooth decay) Good hygiene was a much discussed topic in the past. In 1914, a doctor from London complained about the habit of parents about the way the teat was cleaned. After the teat fell to the floor, it was briefly wiped and licked by the mother and then given to the child again. The pacifier in America is called pacify, it means peaceful. It comes from the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific Ocean. They use the expression 'spit he dummy' in England when one is furious? It literally means 'spit out the teat'.



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