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    #1 Jessie<3

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    Posted 24 February 2021 - 03:46 AM

    Hi!!

    Im new to DDLG and discovering my little side. Ive found recently though that I like sucking my thumb.

    Ive heard though that this is really bad for your teeth.
    So my question is would normal dummies for babies work for me or do i need an adult paci specifically?
    Im nervous about ordering one online as i live with my parents but wouldnt be anle to find an adult size in a shop where i can go alone.
    Also if anyone has any advice in the meantime or tips for secret littles who live with their parents i would really appreciate it!!
    Thank you all!
    -jessie

    #2 Ayla

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    Posted 24 February 2021 - 03:49 AM

    It's best to get an adult paci as baby ones can cause jaw pain and such. Most shops I know of offer an anonymous option when shipping.


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    #3 Guest_kindercanuck_*

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    Posted 24 February 2021 - 05:20 AM

    As explained by Ayla, you really would be best to get an adult paci/dummy.

    Amazon UK has an excellent line called Little For Big that includes good quality items at excellent prices.

    Delivery of the parcels can be made to free local sites called Amazon Lockers. Details of how they work are available at
    https://www.amazon.c...node=2594544031.

    Enjoy the day

    #4 Jessie<3

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    Posted 24 February 2021 - 07:43 AM

    Thank you both so much! I will definitely have a look at lockers and see what i can find





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