The Stimulating Pacifier has the ability to glow in the dark, emit sound, dispense flavors, and release fragrance in order to provide a more stimulating experience.
Inventor Monica H. Thomas of Gainesville, FL has created a pacifier with the ability to glow in the dark, emit sound, dispense flavors, and release fragrance in order to provide a more stimulating experience.
One developmental stage which often causes stress for infants and toddlers is that of teething. Most teething apparatuses comprise of simple pacifiers with a nipple portion. These work well to assist a toddler with the pain and discomfort of growing teeth, but more can be done. Infants and toddlers are easily entertained and yearn for stimulation. Providing extra stimulation serves as a distraction for a teething child. A distraction can reduce crying and make teething a more bearable experience for the child and parent or caregiver. Inventor Thomas has created a means by which children who are in the teething stage can be provided comfort as well as be distracted through stimulation and entertainment.
This clever new invention replaces conventional pacifiers which can be dull and uninteresting for the child. It glows for easy locating in dim light. Ridges assist with the teething process. Buttons control the different stimulations at a parent or caregivers discretion. Various sounds, flavors, and fragrances are available. The use of the Stimulating Pacifier comforts and distracts a child dealing with the teething process in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.