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Goolie Goolie Dummy Review & Giveaway!

My second baby is so similar to my first in so many ways except for one big difference – he loves his dummy!

Miss wasn’t interested in the slightest.  We had a go in giving her one so many times in the early days but she would spit back out within seconds so we stopped trying.

Mini has been different from the beginning – put a toy, your finger, even his Dad’s nose in front of his face and he latches on and sucks away!  Take whatever it is away again and he would cry his little eyes out.

We resisted getting him a dummy for a while until we realised that he was just the kind of baby that needed one to feel content and happy and so after buying one and letting him practice for a few days, he soon showed us that he loved it and it was the right decision.

I think the decider came when he gave himself a big ‘love bite’ on his little arm – it was purple!

He generally only has his dummy at nap times and sleep time but a big issue we have at night if he wakes up is not being able to find it.  Then I’ll scramble around in the dark looking for it and end up waking him up more.  It’s such a common issue isn’t it – that stage when they want their dummy but they’re not old enough to hold it well or find it themselves.

So when I saw the Goolie Goolie Dummy range I thought they might be the answer to our prayers!

goolie goolie™ is a soother and comforter in one.  It is a baby’s dummy that is permanently attached to an Australian plush animal, designed to keep the dummy close to baby, without the use of cords or clips.

The Aussie owned range offers 3 super cute dummies to choose from – Koala, Kangaroo and Wombat.  I thought, what better way to introduce Mini M to Australia but to cuddle up to one of these!

They comply with Mandatory Australian Safety Standards, have a medical grade silicone teat, they’re easy to clean and because of the shape of the dummy and size of the attached toy, they’re so much easier for babies to grasp and move around than a normal dummy.

The three iconic Australian animals are a Wombat named Bluey, a Kangaroo called Rusty and Banjo the Koala.

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We chose the Koala for Mini M :)

A lovely surprise is the Australian flag embroidered under each foot!

I was so excited when our Goolie Goolie arrived – it was packaged in such a beautiful box and I thought would make a lovely gift for a mum to be :)

Mini loves his Koala Goolie Goolie and so do I – no more frantic searches in the middle of the night for a tiny dummy and a cute friend for him to cuddle up to.

Check this list of stores to see where you can purchase your own Goolie Goolie dummy.

Here’s your chance to win a Goolie Goolie of your choice for your baby!

To enter, simple complete the Rafflecopter below:

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Terms and Conditions

1.  Answer the question “What other animal would make a great Goolie Goolie dummy and why?”
2.  Validate your entry via the Rafflecopter app above.
3.  Visit Mama Mim on Facebook.
4.  Visit Goolie Goolie on Facebook
5.  Open to Australian residents only.
6.  Giveaway starts Sunday 25th October and ends Sunday 15th November.

The most creative answer wins!

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Disclosure:  this beautiful product was sent to us in exchange for our honest review.

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25 Comments

  1. Becky Downey
    / 9:30 am

    A mouse. FURRY cute and SQUEAK-natured!

  2. Christina
    / 2:30 am

    A crocodile :)

  3. Maria
    / 5:14 pm

    A platypus would be adorable and would be easy for children to grab a hold of.

  4. jody buhagiar
    / 9:41 pm

    A bilby :)

  5. Teghan
    / 9:06 pm

    My son would LOVE LOVE LOVE this, he loves his binky.

  6. Samantha Allen-Stephens
    / 9:46 pm

    My son is obsessed with cows at the moment so I think that would be a good option!

  7. jessiejones50@hotmail.com
    / 3:24 pm

    A cute crocodile would be amazing

  8. Renee A
    / 5:25 pm

    A monkey would be an ideal snuggle buddy

  9. Lydia Hawke
    / 4:07 pm

    A possum would be super cute!

  10. JOY LANGE
    / 1:31 am

    WHAT A VERY CLEVER IDEA WELL DONE AND THANKYOU FOR A CHANCE

  11. alice
    / 4:33 pm

    platypus for its a unique Australian animal like goolie goolie dummy is a unique dummy

  12. Kelly Brown
    / 8:17 pm

    What a cute idea. Well done :-)

  13. Brigitte
    / 7:24 pm

    Adorable and charmingly Australian.

  14. Kate Slack
    / 1:28 pm

    A Galah would be really cute :)

  15. sarah mary
    / 8:36 am

    How cute would a little turtle be! Green with a turquoise shell :)

  16. Courtney J
    / 8:45 pm

    A Dingo. Did you know that purebred dingos are almost extinct?

  17. Margaret Gallagher
    / 8:34 pm

    A hedgehog because my nephew Loves these animals and it would make him feel safe and secure when nodding off and have a happy sleep

  18. Ruth Harwood
    / 8:03 pm

    A giraffe xx

  19. Narelle schwartz
    / 4:20 pm

    Platypus or echidna

  20. sarah B
    / 12:56 pm

    my lil one would adore this!

  21. Samantha Loughlin
    / 7:36 am

    A lion as my daughters favourite animal xx

  22. kim neville
    / 12:42 am

    A panda as so cute

  23. Deborah
    / 12:49 pm

    A dolphin would be great

  24. Shell
    / 12:48 pm

    A cat or dog. May be a standard pet, but what an awesome way to start teaching love and respect to all animals.

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