I will first disclose that neither of my children have been paci children. Unless you look at what the word pacifier:
Definition of PACIFIER
: one that pacifies
: a usually nipple-shaped device for babies to suck or bite on
So I am a pacifier. I attempt to pacify my children when necessary:
Definition of PACIFY
1a : to allay the anger or agitation of : soothe <pacify a crying child>
I do soothe my children. My children have a need to suck, and most still do at the age of 2.5 (according to this article).
So, when it comes to parents who choose not to be their child's pacifier, they instead turn to a rubber "dummy." I hear so many parents complain how young children lose their pacifier and then scream out. If you're not sleep sharing, I'm sure it must be difficult... with young babies on the other side of that house... to keep them pacified.
So, here comes a new invention - the BEENI BABY hat! Yes, a hat that attaches the pacifier to the babies' face, unable to fall away.
One more way to be detached.
No I'm not the mom of twins, triplets, etc, but I do know an item that totally is anti-attachment parenting when I see one.