Babies chew on everything. And if you’ve got a teething baby, odds are you have teethers under couch cushions, in toy bins, and in the dishwasher. If you can never seem to keep track of your teething baby’s apparatus or the baby has taken a liking to chewing on you or your necklaces, here are a couple of solutions so that you’ll never have to wonder where Sophie went ever again!
This undroppable, unstoppable eco-friendly teething mitt soothes and is sensory stimulating with its crunch noise throughout the mitt. The Munch Mitt is made of food grade silicone, is BPA and phthalate-free, is soft and breathable with water-resistant fabric and has a secure adjustable strap. Designed for ages 3 months to 12 months, it’s great to use until the baby is able to remove the mitt themselves. Perfect if your baby is in the habit of eating his fist for gum relief, the Munch Mitt provide easy access pain relief and protects the hands. It’s also machine washable and comes with a handy travel/wash bag.
Chewbeads are for the mom who wants to wear accessories but whose baby is always grabbing and gnawing on them. These necklaces will add a pop of color to your outfit while being able to pop into your baby’s mouth safely. Unlike some teething necklaces we’ve seen, we’d actually wear these! Plus, they’re made of 100 percent safe silicone. They’re BPA and phthalate-free, have no detachable parts and have a breakaway clasp. They’re intended to be worn by adults, so you shouldn’t just throw this in the crib for the baby to play with, but for a teething baby or a distracted nurser who wants to keep his or her hands busy, these are a great option.
Did you or your baby ever use wearable teething paraphernalia? —Erin