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Teething Time for Babies
Audrey, my 6 month old has been chewing on everything she can get her little baby hands on lately. Blankets, socks, fingers, nipples… everything! It would be cute if it weren’t so destructive (and painful….). We tend to stay away from plastic teethers and instead use silicon and natural rubber. Our favorites are the rubber calmie ball (so easy for baby to grab!) and the comotomo orange teether.
We’ve had our calmie since my toddler was a baby and it’s been a favorite for both of them since it’s easy to grab, soft, and with lots of different textures for sore gums. It is natural rubber, so it’s best to avoid this one if anyone in the family has a latex/rubber allergy.
The comotomo is a new addition to our household, but the circle design makes it really easy to grab. It’s silicon, so no worrying about BPA, BPS or other yuckies.
Both are easy to clean; I simply pop them in the dishwasher.
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