By: Brandy Black
The pacifier is officially gone. The second night was the worst, we happened to go out of town with friends for one night which we thought might be a good distraction for Sophia but she tossed and turned and cried and screamed and begged for her Obe until she finally crashed at 2:30AM. The next day, she was done, no more conversations about Obe. Her naps have completely disappeared but so has the pacifier so it’s worth it.
Here’s the final conversation with Sophia about the pacifier
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