She now has 8 teeth and we're pretty sure she has some more on the way. I'm still breastfeeding her a few times a day and she seems to be using me as a form of teething soother which as you can imagine, is not the most pleasant experience. When she's suffering she bites everything around her.
I was asked if I would like to review some teething jewellery from Crab and The Fox which couldn't have come at a better time. I'd actually never tried teething jewellery before so I was looking forward to seeing if it helped.
I got to choose a bracelet and a necklace which sounds nice and easy except it took me ages to decide what to pick as there was such a good selection. You can view the whole selection here, Teething Jewellery.
The necklace I chose had shades of pink, nude and black, I wanted something that would match a lot of my wardrobe so this one was ideal for me. The beads are silicone and the cord is made from nylon satin. It's completely BPA free. It's stylish but practical.
I now wear it all the time. It's something that Ophelia can use as a toy or a teething ate. I love the fact that it's multi-functional and therefore less stuff for me to carry in my change bag.
She loves to bite it when she's sat on my lap or she plays with it when we are out and about. It's also a great distraction when changing her nappy. I forgot how hard that was to do once they are on the move!
I absolutely adore the bracelet I chose. It's cream in colour but actually looks a very pale pink. It's big and chunky which makes it perfect for tiny hands to grasp. I love the fact that it doesn't even look like a teething bracelet but just like a normal piece of jewellery.
Teething jewellery is so handy as it's something you you will always have on you. It can either be used for soothing sore gums or as a toy.
Crab and The Fox is quickly becoming one of my favourite baby shops. They have unique clothes, nursery items, toys and books. Make sure you check out the website https://www.crabandthefox.com. I have such a huge wish-list from there.
Do you use teething jewellery?