Teethease Review – Save your Hair, Get a Teethease Necklace
By Brooke Berry
This is my teeny 4 pound baby when he first got home from the hospital. He LOVES to grab things, mostly my hair. Or earrings, or necklace. I love the kid, but I like my hair too.
Have you seen these really cute necklaces? Not only are they adorable but they are soft for teething kids. My boys like to hold on to them (and thankfully let go of me) when they are cuddling with me. Now that they are teething, this necklace has literally been a life saver. Their lives. Just kidding… (kinda).
I also like that the clasp is sturdy but if it gets yanked too hard, it breaks way easily. Therefore it won’t get tangled or cause injury at all.
So here is my mom, wearing my necklace.
And here is the baby eating it. Its dishwasher safe (for cleaning) and MOST importantly, the kids love it.
They are also available in a simple pendant. I think I am going to go pick one up, mostly for style reasons. I could wear the smaller one out every day, or with more outfits, but the rock style is more fun.
Which one would you choose?
Thanks Teethease for giving me the necklace to try out. I truly loved it.
You can buy Teethease from their online shop
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— Brooke Berry You can find me at: Creating Comfort (hiretoinspire.blogspot.ca)
such a great idea – I only heard of them AFTER we didn’t need it anymore
Cheap Is The *New* Classy
Wow! That necklace is great! I would have loved to have had one of these when my daughter was a baby!
I like the ring shaped pendant and also love that these teething necklaces are dishwasher safe and have a break-away clasp.
Krystal @ Uh Oh Mom!
I’ve seen those before and what a great idea! When I have my next little one I’ll be getting my hands on a teething necklace for sure.
lovely post cute necklace
I have the simple pendant one myself and loved it when my little one was teething. And soon as she was old enough to actually want to wear jewelry herself it went into her jewelry box because I knew at that point whatever I gave her was going to end up in her mouth 🙂