C started “teething” at three months and is still going strong, albeit toothless, at six months. Therefore, I’ve gone through my fair share of teethers. Here are our five favorite teethers that got us through months four through six.
The Munch Mitt is a cute glove that crinkles while babies chew their mitt covered hand. Although he will not let me put it on his hand anymore (too squirmy) it’s still a favorite for it’s bumpy textured tip and crinkly noise.
The Zoli rabbit has been going strong for months. This is a consistent favorite and for some reason he even likes to chew the handle. I should note that on the younger side he would gag himself from time to time – but he didn’t mind one bit!
The Nuby Silicone Teether is a flexible favorite. As one of our first attempts at a teething toy; it was an instant hit. He loved to chew in the area with small bristles. I imagine it’s like giving soar gums a much needed massage.
Oh, the infamous Banana Baby toothbrush teether. Just like all the reviews promise, C loves it. It’s so easy for him to hold and I’d like to think that one day he won’t be afraid of a toothbrush because of it.
Last but not least, the Bright Starts Twist and Teeth was a gift. I don’t think I would’ve thought to purchase it but with it’s colorful textured surface it was an immediate hit at four months. He likes to move the little beads around and because of its shape it’s very easy to hold. I do find him chewing on the face a lot which I don’t think is the most comfortable but he tends to like it!
Special note: one of our most recent purchases, the Mombella octopus is so special it deserved its own blog post, read about it here.
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