My daughter (born 35 wks) prefers Dr. Browns bottles (standard neck/nipple) and will take any paci she can find! I have had more luck with MAM pacis staying in her mouth while she sleeps. I like this because I've heard that sleeping with a paci can help reduce the risk of SIDS (not sure if it is true, but worth the piece of mind for sure!). MAM has a new paci called "Perfect"...which is very nice, but expensive!
Jill (me) 28 yrs, severe PE with "sticky" BPs for one month after delivery.
Scott (hubby) 29 yrs, stubborn but amazingly supportive husband.
Tessa (lovely & very much loved daughter) born on 4/8/2011, 4 lbs 8oz at 7:58pm (the number eight was our anesthesiologist's lucky number, no lie!), severe PE at 35 wks, needed a little warmth in the NICU for ten days.