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They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and here at WubbaNub, we couldn't agree more. On a family vacation, Mompreneuer Carla Schneider was desperate to soothe her newborn son, who would fuss whenever his pacifier went missing. In an aha moment, she took a hotel sewing kit and a plush toy and created what is now, over 20 years later, an extremely successful invention called The WubbaNub.
Wide-eyed, curious, and clumsily cute, Detachable Brown Puppy loves being your baby's best friend.
Brown Puppy Lovey is the familiar first friend that pairs perfectly with his WubbaNub counterpart.
Inspired by our CEO Carla’s older sister’s very own favorite plush from childhood.
This little limited-edition reindeer joins his classic reindeer brother for some holiday fun.
As a Mompreneur, Carla Schneider, the inventor of the WubbaNub, understands the needs of busy parents and creates products to help make their lives easier. The WubbaNub pacifier is often a babys very first friend and becomes part of the family.
As a NICU nurse, I love this product for our babies! A lot of babies in our unit have a hard time keeping the pacifier in their mouth and these are amazing to help little ones, especially the ones who are just learning how to eat.
Best invention ever! My son loves these... he is 2 months old and we never lose them because of the cute stuffed animal attached!
I LOVE WubbaNubs! We have the monkey, elephant, lion, reindeer, cat and giraffe. It's so much easier to keep track of these than a regular pacie. Plus, it is a lot easier for our son to hold onto it. I'll probably include a Wubbanub in every gift I give at a baby shower from now on.
My Grandson, Bryson, was born with a Gastroschysis and required surgery immediately after birth. He was hooked up to a ventilator, stomach pump, had a central line placed for nourishment, etc. Once the ventilator was removed, he was able to cry and take a pacifier. This product was a life saver! The nurses don't have time to stand and hold pacifiers in the baby's mouths all night, and Bryson was able to keep his intact for long periods of time, allowing him to sleep longer periods of time. The nurses were amazed! They had never seen or heard of a Wubbanub! They kept wishing for more so they could give them to the other critically ill babies!
This is a lifesaver, especially during the newborn stages. It keeps the pacifier in place and keeps you from searching for lost pacifiers!