Why You Need A Soother Sidekick

I cannot tell you how many times my son’s pacifier has fallen from his mouth and gotten lost in his car seat, or tumbled from his mouth and fallen onto the floor; just… so yucky.  And when it does fall to the floor I then have to go running to the nearest sink because we have a ton of dog hair in our house, thank you shedding Labrador. Which is why I was so super excited when Soother Sidekicks graciously sent us a Soother Sidekick! 


I seriously just love trying out helpful and fun baby, toddler and mama products; it always opens my eyes to the cool things that are out there that I normally might not have tried. We looped our Soother Sidekick to our son’s pacifier and hooked it onto his shirt, and he just loved it! As his hand eye coordination has gotten so much better each day, we were beyond thrilled when he figured out how to put his own pacifier back in his mouth! And he was able to do this because the Sidekick Soother has a flexible and retracting string, allowing it to sit at a short length on his shirt when he’s not using it, or it will stretch out to accommodate if he wants to pop it back in his mouth, or just wants to play with it too.  I love how handy it is because we no longer have to hunt on our hands and knees for a lost pacifier, it’s just clipped to his shirt, ready to use.


Interested in one of your own? Use my code: STRESSEDANDBLESSED for 15% off! Bottom line, I’m a huge fan, my husband is a huge fan, and my son is probably their biggest fan. So please feel free to check out my Instagram at StressedandBlessedMama to see my son using his awesome Soother Sidekick; and Soother SideKicks Instagram account too.


Disclaimer: I was given a Soother SideKick at no cost, all opinions are my own.

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Nicole Benedum has been a stay at home mom for the past 3 years. Before she took on this glorious (and sometimes not so glorious) role of "All Things Motherhood", she was a Human Resources Generalist. Her days were spent dealing with legal compliance, benefits, leave of absences and everything Human Resources related. Now her days are spent breastfeeding, changing diapers, conquering potty training, tantrums and sleepless nights. She has two kiddos; a 2 year old toddler named Emily, and a baby boy named Owen. She met her husband, Sam, in college when they were both on the swim team, and they have been together ever since. She is a huge breastfeeding advocate, gentle/crunchy parent (for the most part) and a former student athlete (water polo and swimming, woot woot!) both in high school and in college. At some point in the future she has dreams of going back to the gym and/or pool. For now she shall continue counting breastfeeding and holding a 35 pound toddler and 15 pound baby as her workouts.
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