Invented by a mother of two who continually found herself retrieving dropped pacifiers because, even though baby spat them out, they still want them immediately! She called it, ‘the pacifier game’, which was at times difficult to play.
It was one of those, ‘I wish somebody would invent a....’ A what?? What could make it so babies can keep up with their pacifiers? The clips helped PARENTS keep up with them, but they don’t help the baby. Babies don’t understand when it’s behind their shoulder or side... Out of sight, out of mind.
This innovative, developmentally beneficial toy not only entertains baby, it keeps a pacifier in view and reach!
Baby can actually get their own pacifier.... Which is great for those times when it’s not so easy to chase down--yet another--dropped pacifier.
Parents are pulled in many directions, and, as one mum said, “if he can keep up with his pacifier, then I can get lunch made!”
Right/left brain coordination
Cause and effect
Keeps a pacifier in view and reach of baby
Attaches to baby carriers, bouncers & more!
Holds most pacifiers including Nuk, MAM, Avent (with handles), Avent Soothie, Playtex Binky, Tommie Tippee, Dr. Brown’s, Nuby and more
Holds Razbaby teethers
How it works
The toy uses something similar to a pulley system...
When baby drops one pacifier, and it falls to the side, another is in view and reach. By grabbing the one in view and pulling toward mouth, the dropped pacifier comes back!