Peanut sounds like a little French girl when she asks for her paci because she puts the accent on the i.
Lately, we've been butting heads with our little French girl and her time with the paci. We've reserved it for night-night only, which she understands. When I tell her no paci, she sticks her little bottom lip out and says "Paci for night-night. Paci for night-night." That doesn't stop her from asking for it day and night.
On of her favorite tricks is to requests to go night-night at weird times of the day. Say 8:30 a.m. on Sunday when she's been up for less than two hours. She's like a little closet smoker who just needs a hit or two off one of the many pacifiers hoarded in her crib and then she's ready to play.
Is there a 12-step program for pacifier use?
I'd like to get her completely weaned by the time she turns two this summer. Admittedly, this is a completely arbitrary number based on nothing expect that I don't want people looking at me funny.
When did you get your little one weaned from the paci? Or when would you like to?