A majority of young babies need pacifiers for the first few months of their lives. The need to suck as a form of comfort runs strong. However, they often struggle to keep the pacifier in their mouth. This is where the wonderful Wubbanub comes in handy. These adorable animals come attached to a pacifier. They make it easier for the pacifier to stay in the baby’s mouth, as well as easier for them to grab when they drop them. There is such an adorable variety of animals available as a Wubbanub. Let’s take a look at what you can select for your baby.
This little monkey is a gender neutral option and comes with a pacifier designed for baby younger than 6 months. His body is a deep brown, with tan paws and a tan face. He is a great option if your theme is related to monkeys, the zoo or rainforest.
Giraffes are all the rage currently for baby themes. They work for both boys and girls, plus they are adorable. This Wubbanub is no exception. He is designed to replica an actual giraffe. He has a tan body, with dark brown spots and dark brown paws. He comes with a pacifier designed for baby under 6 months of age.
The design of this elephant would make it perfect for a young baby; it doesn’t have a floppy neck such as the giraffe. This elephant Wubbanub looks like a real elephant! It has a lovely, grey color to the exterior of the body. The inside of the ears and paws are white.
Penguins are a beloved animal by children; they are cute and playful. This lovely Wubbanub looks like a real penguin. He has a white belly, with a grey back and orange flippers. The penguin Wubbanub would make a great selection for a baby who is a bit older.
Lambs are innocent and sweet, just like your little one. A beautiful white lamb would make the perfect gift for an infant baptism. This little Wubbanub is pure white and looks like a true life lamb. If you don’t want an animal that is too colorful or cutsie, this would be a great option.
Foxes have become a popular animal on baby everything. From sleepers to diapers, you can find foxes on all baby items. The Wubbanub had to come out with an adorable fox option. This Wubbanub is made to look like a red fox, with a reddish brown fur. His paws are white and a soft, black nose.
Puppies are often a baby’s first animal love. Encourage their love of dogs with a little puppy Wubbanub. This little puppy is light brown all over, with dark brown ears and a tail. His nose is a soft black. This Wubbanub will make the perfect baby shower gift.
Hippos are not a typical baby animal, but Wubbanub embraces creating great animals of all varieties. This little hippo is a soft grey cover all over, with soft black eyes. He comes with a pacifier designed for baby under 6 months of age and with no teeth.
If you have cats inside of your home, purchase a kitten Wubbanub for your little future cat lover. This Tabby kitten has a light tan brown, with soft, orange stripes all around its body and tail. Her paws are a white, along with her face. Her nose is a soft pink color. What an adorable option!
If you are looking for a girl elephant option, this elephant, designed by Mary Meyer, is the perfect Wubbanub. Her body is a blend of purple and pink. Each ear has a different pattern: light blue and light. Her paws are a green pattern. She is bright and colorful, perfect for that little girl!
Do you have a sea creature or pirate theme? If so, this baby octopus is perfect. He is blue all over. Over his eye, there is a blue plaid eye patch. His 4 legs have cute little embroidered details, along with little dimples. This octopus Wubbanub would be perfect for your little boy or ocean lover.
The holiday season is approaching; why not include a festive Wubbanub for your little one? This adorable reindeer is a brown color, with dark brown horns. His paws and ears are red and green plaid colored. He is perfect for the Christmas season!
Some parents prefer to have a pink or girl themed Wubbanubs for their little one. This pink bear is a soft, delicate pink all over. Her paws are a bright white. The nose is a soft black, made from thread. She is the perfect Wubbanub for the mom that wants a “girl” choice.
If you want a different, exciting giraffe, the Little Stretched, designed by Mary Meyer, has plenty of details. The body is a soft white and is covered in dots of different colors: orange, bright green and light blue. His belly is a light blue, along with his paws. The paws are a terry cloth fabric.
Caterpillars are a hit with children, due to the fame of the Hungry Caterpillar. Mary Meyer designed a fun caterpillar, with little girls in mind. Her face and 6 legs are a soft green color, with pink antenna. She has 4 portions of her body; they each have a different fabric, ranging from stripes to dots.
Mary Meyer created some of the cutest Wubbanubs! Her elephant is a soft grey color. The paws, belly and ears have a different pattern; they are charcoal grey and light grey striped. His tail has the same pattern and is designed like a spring.
Babies love different textures. Instead of the typical fabric, Mary Meyer designed her oatmeal bunny to be fuzzy and extra soft. Your little one will love to rub and grab at the fabric. He is a light grey color with tan trimmed ears. Oatmeal Bunny is a favorite of plush loving babies.
Looking for a different animal as your child’s Wubbanub? Look no further than the longhorn! It isn’t a common animal used for baby products. His body is a dark brown with tan ears and paws. He has bright white long horns and a pink, square mouth.
Monkeys are a favorite animal for children. This isn’t your typical monkey; he is bright and colorful, with different textures. One side of this monkey is yellow and orange striped. The other side is a texturized green fabric. His tail and head are a light brown. Your little one will love the different fabric feels.
Owls are a new popular choice for boys and girls. This cute owl is a dark brown with a light brown belly. His feet are a bright yellow. The best part of the owl are his big, bright white and black eyes. He looks like a real owl! Everyone loves an owl, and they are gender neutral.
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