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Announcing New Product, Thumbuddy to Loveâ„¢- The Binky Fairy Helps Children Let Go of Their Pacifier Gently

May 11, 2011

Finally, a new illustrated book and an adorable matching Binky Fairy puppet come together to help children and parents let go of the pacifier sucking habit gently without the tears and fuss.

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 09, 2011

Thumbuddy to Love® is announcing its new product The Binky Fairy to help kids break the pacifier habit gently! This adorable and fun Binky Fairy will be available online through the Thumbuddy To Love® website at http://www.ThumbuddyToLove.com and on Amazon.com. This product is designed for children ages 2-5 and retails for $19.95.

The Binky Fairy comes with adorable children’s book and interactive Binky Fairy finger puppet and can help children survive the weaning period of giving up their pacifier. Similar to the Tooth Fairy, The Binky Fairy will replace your children’s pacifiers in the middle of the night creating calmness and peace as the Binky Fairy is in their hands or under their pillow as they sleep. The Binky Fairy comes with removable wings and children learn the story of how she became The Binky Fairy helping children around the world give up their pacifier without sadness or fuss. She is joined with her other siblings Fireman Fred and Ballerina Sue who help stop thumb sucking.

Created by Andrea Van Ness, Thumbuddy To Love®- The Binky Fairy is a growing up book that helps kids break the pacifier habit and help parents explain to children where their pacifiers go.

Endorsed by pediatricians and pediatric dentists, this positive teaching tool can be used to help prevent improper growth of baby teeth due to pacifier sucking. Some pediatricians say that pacifier sucking can lead to 50% more ear infections as well which affects speech and it is important give up pacifier sucking at an early age.

Thumbuddy to Love is a company based out of Boulder, CO. It manufacturers and develops interactive products to help children stop unwanted and harmful behaviors like thumb sucking and pacifier sucking. For more information, visit http://www.Thumbuddytolove.com.

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