My 8 month old daughter was really enjoying holding and sucking on burp cloths as an option when she needed comfort falling asleep. She didn’t take to other plush lovies so I was hopeful when I purchased Wolfie that he would be a similar enough to a burp cloth but a much cuter alternative. I slept with Wolfie in my top for two nights and immediately introduced it for nap time. Now she’s begun sucking on Wolfie’s “paws” instead of her old burp cloths. I consider that a big success. She holds his ears while she nurses and has even played with him for a few seconds during her nap to self soothe back to sleep. I’m very happy with Wolfie and I love that he even comes with a spot on the tag to write in a number to call incase he ever gets lost! What a thoughtful touch.
Hard when baby gets use to old wolfie. New one not attached to. Have to use old ones
Hi Karen! Once your baby has attached to an object, it’s nearly impossible to get to en to attach to a new object, even if it’s identical. So you can be rest assured that your babe’s obsession with their original Wolfie and not the new one isn’t because it ‘looks’ different, but because it’s not ‘their’ Wolfie. This is because babies attach to the object itself, not what it ‘looks like’. They’ve very clever in knowing when something isn’t the original. We recommend buying multiple of the same style and rotating these from day one, so that your baby gets equally attached to all of them. Likewise, don’t worry about your wolfies looking ‘loved’. It’s a tale as old as time for someone to love their ‘Blankie’ done to the last thread.
Love our Wolfie comforter! Such great quality!
I have wanted a Kippins comforter for my baby for many years now, we’re finally expecting our first bub and I was not disappointed by the quality of Wolfie. I can’t wait to see our bub with him.
(NEW) Wolfie Kippin Organic Cotton Baby Comforter