Chew on This: The Amazon Finds for Soothing Your Teething Tot

Hello Cyberfriends. Last week, I shared some tips on how to soothe your teething baby, and this week, I wanted to follow up with a list of the Amazon finds for soothing our little one that helped us get through this challenging phase without breaking the bank. As a mom of a teething baby myself, I know firsthand how overwhelming it can be to navigate the world of teething products. That’s why I wanted to share our experience with these teething toys and help other parents find the best options for their little ones.

Before we dive into the list, I want to share a disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I may receive a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

Now, let’s get into the teething toys that worked for us:

  1. Teething feeders: Using a teething feeder was helpful because it provided my baby with something delicious to distract him while the coldness soothed his sore gums. The caps on the feeder kept the fruit contained until it froze, and the handle provided an additional texture for him to chew on. His top three favorite fruits to use were watermelon, strawberries, and banana, which allowed us to introduce whole fruits safely with the approval of his pediatrician. One of the best things about the teething feeders was how effortless they were to clean, making them a convenient option for busy parents like myself.
  2. Teething glove: Baby Goblin also loved this glove. The toy had a slight crinkled texture to its nose, which immediately caught my baby’s attention. Although it was challenging to get him to wear it like a glove, he enjoyed holding and chewing on it. The glove also came with a teething patch that provided additional relief for his gums.
  3. Sensory toys: While these toys aren’t necessarily teething toys, Baby Goblin loved the different textures to gnaw on, and it provided an opportunity to develop his motor skills as well as sensory exposure with the different shapes and stacking options. We loved the soft fabric blocks that came in different colors and patterns, as well as the stackable rings that had different textures and colors.
  4. Nerdy teething toys: Baby Goblin wouldn’t have been our little Goblin without a nerdy teething toy. He loved these controller-shaped toys that let him feel like he was playing games with his mom and dad. The toy was made of safe, non-toxic silicone that was easy to clean and durable enough to withstand Baby Goblin’s enthusiastic chewing.

In conclusion, finding the right teething toy for your baby can make all the difference during this challenging phase. It’s essential to pay attention to your baby’s cues and preferences when selecting a teething toy. Every baby is different, so what works for one may not work for another. However, we hope that our review of different teething toys has been helpful in guiding you towards the best option for your little one. With the right teething toy, you can help ease your baby’s discomfort during this challenging time and make the teething process a little easier for both you and your little one. Happy teething!

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