Why use regular pacifiers when you can have one that’s easy to find in the night?
Glow in the dark pacifiers is a real thing and it’s one baby product that I had no idea existed until now. And I believe it’s brilliant! Think about the struggle of the mom, who shines her cell phone light all over the crib area in search of a lost pacifier. Or the struggle of an 11-month-old baby…who wakes up and wants her pacifier and can’t find it even though it’s right nearby. When a pacifier is found quickly, everyone gets back to sleep more soundly and swiftly.
Lest you are worried that the specific brand your child is attached too isn’t available in glow-in- the-dark, you may be surprised to find out that it is.
Let’s start with the hottest pacifier of 2019: BIBS pacifiers. They’re trendy looking in neutral colors that match every outfit. And, yes, they too come in glow in the dark, however in only one option currently. Click here to purchase.
Before the days of BIB my kids were strictly NUK babies. True to NUK style, these come in various colors and styles (double check that your option says Glow-in-the-Dark before purchasing). Click here to purchase.
Not a NUK baby? MAMs are Amazon best sellers. Click here to purchase.
Philips AVENT calls their glow-in-the-dark option “nighttime pacifiers.” (Perhaps it’s because they want you to buy separate pacifiers for the day?) Click here to purchase.
Dr. Brown Pacifiers are the Amazon’s Choice in the Glow-in-the-Dark Pacifier category. Seems to be the best one since its the only pacifier that fully glows in the dark (rather than simply one part, such as the handle, glowing). If your child is already attached to Dr. Brown’s pacifiers, you’re in luck. Click here to purchase
I never heard of Baby Fanatic, but they do come in glow-in-the-dark. I suppose it’s cute if baby (or dad) is a fan of specific sports team. Click here to purchase.
Don’t see your child’s favorite pacifier on this post? Click here and choose your brand on the side bar.
To many peaceful nights with long stretches of sleep. To children who like their pacifiers long enough for you to get some rest, yet give it up at an age appropriate time (when is that again? Asking for a friend).