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Bunnies By The Bay Knotty Friends Lovies (4 Designs)

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Bunnies By The Bay Buddy Knotty Friends is an adorable animal design lovies for your little ones and double-ups as a pacifier holder. Our Knotty Friend loveys have won the hearts of wee ones around the world. A sweet fur baby-safe embroidered face with velour floppy body in glacier grey with cream polka dots. This bunny's knotted arms and legs are perfect for gentle chewing. Untie the knotted arm or leg and re-tie onto baby's pacifier to keep it close at hand for an even better way to soothe. Signature three carrot tag for little one's fingers to explore while their worries melt away.

  • Super Soft and Cuddly
  • Sweet Embroidered Animal Faces
  • Knotted Arms and Legs for Teething Babies
  • Pacifier Holder and Lovey in One
  • Multiple Textures for Soothing and Developing Babies Senses
  • Machine Wash & Air Dry. 
  • 100% Polyester
  • Approximate 13"

Recommended for babies 0M+


Wash Instructions:

  • Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. 


What is a Lovey?

A lovey is any blanket, toy, stuffed animal, or other object (and some children choose some truly strange objects) that a child forms a bond with and uses to self-soothe during times of stress. The lovey was thrust into the popular consciousness in the 1950’s, when Linus appeared in the Peanuts comic strip, carrying his blue security blanket. In fact, in an early strip, Charlie Brown is depicted with a blanket of his own, and explains to Lucy that it’s a “security and happiness blanket” “that all little kids carry.”

Lovies are indeed used for security. They’re a way for children to navigate stressful changes and new experiences (and to a little kid, lots of experiences are new!) independently of their parents. This fosters confidence and independence from their parents in managing their emotions, and that’s an important part of building their identity as an individual.

Children bond to these items, usually early on, around twelve months of age if an appropriate object is available to them. As they get older, they will create names and personalities for their lovey, and they will sometimes talk to their lovey. This is totally normal! The child is using their imagination to try to understand changes, new things, or strong emotions.

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