- Soothes and stimulates sore gums
- Can be chilled or frozenceen for extra soothing
- BPA and PVC free
- Easy grip design
My baby started teething pretty young and this teether is one that she could hold, even when her hands were small, and get her mouth around. She still likes it (at 8 months old), and I often bring it with us on walks or other outings so that she has something to hold onto and play with.It’s easy to clean. It’s flexible–not a hard plastic. My flower is more red than the color shown in this picture.
Grandson doesn’t like it.
I bought it for my grandson who doesn’t like it. He likes Sophie the Giraffe and green spouts Sili Paw Teether but ignores this.
Great size, material, texture.
My teething son loves this. It is much more rubbery than it appears in this photo. We attached a leash to keep it within reach.
We have purchased many teethers but so many of them are hard plastic. I wouldn’t want to chew on that, so why would my 4 month old with sore gums? This teether is easy for my child to hold and put in his mouth, and while it is hard, it’s slightly flexible and we both like it. Plus it’s cute!
Baby loves it; me too!
Our baby has only 5 toys, but this is one of her favorite. It has nice ergonomics and the tactile sense of the silicone blue handle and the harder-plastic chew flower are a nice combo. Especially important that supposedly free of bpa and other chemicals. Colors are nice, too. Highly recommended.
This teether is too hard and is a weird shape. My baby did not like chewing on it at all and had a hard time getting it into his mouth. Every baby is different though.
Go To Teether
This is a favorite for the baby. She loves testing out each of the corners. It got her through the two bottom teeth, and she is now working on the uppers. It works even better when refrigerated.