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Combining a pacifier with a plush toy makes it easier for baby to hold and for you to find.


The WubbaNub was invented by a desperate mom who was tired of her baby getting fussy (aka screaming his head off) when he lost his pacifier. She grabbed a plush toy and sewed it to a pacifier. The idea made so much sense, it became wildly successful, and now WubbaNubs are distributed in hospitals and NICUs nationwide. They all come with Soothie pacifiers attached in one-piece construction.

Baby hands are clumsy, so it’s so much easier for them to hold onto a cuddly stuffed toy than a tiny pacifier. If you’re tired of the pacifier falling out after a half second, this will fix that problem. And it’s not just easier for the baby. It’s easier for the grown-ups too. If the pacifier is attached to a toy, it’s easy to find and grab in the bottom of your purse, the floor of the car, or your bedside table at night. And it’s so cute!

So now you’ve met your new best friend Wubs, which one are you going to take home? Tip: The giraffe has the longest body, so it’s the easiest to hold. They’re all great really though. Your baby will not only be soothed by the pacifier itself, but also by the sweet little hug they will be getting from their new stuffed friend.

Also, this toy is such a parent favorite, it was voted a spot on our Best Baby Toys guide.


  • For children under 6 months (pre-teething)
  • Hand and machine washable
  • 4” x 4” x 4”
  • Weight: 3 oz
  • One piece construction
  • Polyethylene

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May 10, 2018

I like the interchangeable ones better - baby prefers it, and lactation consultant recommends Mam pacifiers. Now that she's bigger she'll play with it and chomp on it.

May 8, 2018

My daughter (now 9 months) loves her “wubbys.” Since we left the hospital she’s loved them. She mostly uses them now for nap/night night time and in her car seat. She loves to hold on to the soft giraffe part, and can bite suck in the pacifier part. All in all it’s a win! Even if your child ends up not being a pacifier baby, the soft stuff animal attached is a great buddy!

May 3, 2018

My son has 3 of these. They are a god send. The toy animal makes it easy to find and my son plays with his like he would a toy. You can also throw them right in the wash (just don't dry). My baby is going on 8 months and still uses it when he naps.

April 30, 2018

Baby cuddles it while sleeping. Easy to keep a track of.

April 23, 2018

As a 0-6 month old, this was the only pacifier my baby would take. She liked being able to hold the stuffed animal while she slept in her crib. I also liked that it was easy to keep track of!

April 23, 2018

The shape is similar to mom and easy for baby to take. The animal attached adds extra comfort to baby and makes it easier to find than a plain pacifier.

April 19, 2018

Pacifiers are so baby-specific. My daughter likes her Wubbanub to play with (and suck on the legs) but she doesn’t use it as a pacifier. She rejects all pacifiers though.

April 9, 2018

Cute product and my baby loves how it's heavier with a toy on it so it doesn't fall to the ground as easily.

April 4, 2018

It’s ok, my kid didn’t absolutely love it but occasionally used it. If money isn’t an issue I would recommend it but if the budget is tight then don’t buy this.