If you are a regular reader then you will know that Henry is teething quite badly at the moment. He got his first tooth at 6 months but since then we have not had a thing through. This means that for the past 3 months he has had a single little stump at the bottom. It’s actually pretty cute!
Then I came across Peek a Baby gifts on Instagram who wanted to work with me on a review which was just perfect timing for us.
We were sent a teething necklace in a beautiful wooden, grey, white and pink combination along with a teething dummy holder in blue. I’m usually a bit weary of dummy clips so this needed to go through some vigorous mama testing before I let Henry lose on it. To be fair though it seems sturdy and very secure.
The beads are made from a silicone especially designed for baby accessories and the wooden beads are natural organic and – according to their site – free from BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Lead, Latex Cadmium and Heavy Metals. The yarn used in the dummy holder is 100% cotton and safe for a babys mouth.
All the things that are important when allowing babies to chew on them!
I love the colours used in the necklace and the modern style. I find that no matter what I wear it with, it seems to go well.
My initial reaction was that at it sits mid-chest, that it was a little too short compared to what I would usually wear. However, Henry is now standing and loves to do so at every opportunity so it actually sits at the perfect length for him to have a chew on as he leans against me while I’m sitting down.
He’s already tested the breakaway clasp after pulling on it with vigour and it gave away perfectly saving both the necklace and my neck in the process!
The dummy holder is also a great hit and goes straight in the mouth whenever it’s in reach. He finds the wooden clip especially fun to chew on. Unfortunantely though it’s a little too much fun I think, as whenever Darcie spots it, it starts a little meltdown as she wants a pink one to match him. It’s a little heartbreaking to see so I’ll be honest and say it doesn’t come out much!
A teething necklace will set you back £10.99 from their Esty shop and a dummy holder is £8.99. However, there are many varieties available and I especially love the look of the teething set which includes a necklace and a keyring as my keys seem to facinate him.
I love this product and so does Henry who enjoys to chewing and pulling on it whenever he comes close. After a couple of weeks the novelty still hasn’t worn off and I wear it most days.
Not only that though, it seems I have another fan of it in the house too as a certain little lady has declared that all the pink are hers to bite on!
DISCLOSURE: I was provided with these items in return for my honest review. As always, all opinions expressed in this post are my own.