SavvyBaby's 3 Pack Pacifier Clips for Girls

 Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own. 

When babies are crawling around or riding in their stroller, they tend to lose their binkies or play that fun little game of seeing how far they can throw. With Pacifier Clips, it will hold the binky and attach to the child's shirt to keep the binky in reach, and refrain from going far. 

Savvy Baby Pacifier Clips comes in a pack of three, with each one bearing a 2 sided design in the colors Light Pink, Dark Pink, and Grey. The fabric is made of cotton and holds nickel-free clips that clasp shut, and are gentle on clothes. They are also free of BPA, Pthalates, Lead, and Latex.

The Pacifier Clips are easy to use, you just take the cord end part, pull it through a hole on the binky and pull the leash strap through, then clasp the clip onto the child's bib or clothing and it's ready to go! You could even use the leash to hold a lightweight toy in place, such as a plastic ring of keys, or a teething toy. Even a blanket to keep on baby while riding in carseat or stroller!

 With the 2 design fashion, you can pair the Pacifier Clips with different outfits, giving your child a stylish and functional accessory, while keeping binky in place, without it dropping to the floor. Plus the straps are washable so if they get yucky, they can be cleaned and used again! I would suggest only hand-washing though, as the metal on the clips looks like it might rust or fall apart in a washing machine. Other then that, these clips are adorable and would make a great baby shower gift!

You can find the 3 Pack Pacifier Clips for Girls in the colors Pink and Grey available for purchase on Amazon for $16.95 with free shipping if you have Prime, or on orders over $35. SavvyBaby also carries the Pacifier Clips in a Unisex version, and a Boy Version as well.

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    1. I am not 100% sure on the brand, It was given to us in the hospital; but I think it's a Phillips NICU soothie. There are many other brands like it out there, such as The First Years GumDrop Newborn Pacifier. Hope that helps!


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