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BooginHead PaciGrips

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“I love the BooginHead PaciGrips, and I highly recommend them,” said Sonali Ruder, DO, a mom of one daughter, an emergency physician at Coral Springs Medical Center near Fort Lauderdale, FL, and a recipe developer and blogger at TheFoodiePhysician.com. “Before we started using them, we used to lose my 19-month-old daughter’s pacifiers all of the time. The PaciGrips work with all different types of pacifiers, and they have a strong clasp that attaches well to my daughter’s clothes without damaging it.  The colors and patterns are bold and stylish so that you can coordinate them with your baby’s outfits.  I also like the fact that they’re very durable and easy to wash.”

Product Booginheads PaciGrip“I took a BooginHead PaciGrip on a trip with my daughters–with only one pacifier, without losing it,” says Alicia Brennan, MD, a mom of three daughters and Medical Director of Inpatient Pediatrics of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatric Care at Princeton Health Care System in Princeton, NJ. “We had no frantic scrambles to find a lost pacifier. I highly recommend it. “

A PaciGrip is a universal pacifier leash that’s compatible with all types of pacifiers, such as Soothie, Avent, and Mam. PaciGrip is a simple design that simply works! It’s washable, durable, and non-toxic. It has a strong clasp that won’t pull off, but is gentle on clothes. It’s available in matching SippiGrip patterns, and it’s also great for holding small toys.For more information and to find a store near you, visit www.booginhead.com/pacigrip.

Note: We received sample(s) of the BooginHead PaciGrips in exchange for our honest opinions. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will be good for our readers. 

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