L. looked at me like i was crazy and said, "She never uses them here anyway." My mouth fell open. "What?" I asked. "How do you get her to go down for her nap without them?" L replied, "One day I just stopped offering it. She went right to sleep. It's been that way ever since."
So why, then, is my daughter wavering on this? One night she wants the broken pacis in the bed with her. The next she hands them to me to take them away. But at school, she doesn't even bother with them AT ALL. wtf?
Honestly this makes me want to throw them all out, cold turkey. But I tried refusing her the other day at nap time, and she cried and kept getting up out of bed asking for it....so i relented.
On another note, I'm sick. Strep throat. Ugh. Praying to the powers that be that the girls don't get it, or at least not until I'm feeling better. But I know strep is highly contagious, so it doesn't look good.
More thoughtful and interesting post later, perhaps.