4 Teething Hacks To Keep You Sane

Teething is miserable for the child as well as the parent. There isn’t anything much worse than watching your child cry in pain, wanting to make it all better but feeling like there’s nothing you can do to make it all go away. Infant acetaminophen or Ibuprofen can be a quick fix, but can leave you worrying about the long term effects, overmedicating, and about all of the chemicals in the medications to make them taste half decent.

Here are 4 teething products that will change how you tackle the teething stage.

 

BALTIC AMBER TEETHING NECKLACES

These necklaces aren’t only adorable but they actually work! Baltic amber has a natural healing property it’s a live resin that contains succinic acid, a natural anti-inflammatory analgesic that is activated by the warmth of your baby’s skin. It basically works as a natural Ibuprofen without the side effects.                                                 

MUNCHKIN FRESH FOOD FEEDER

You can fill any mesh feeder with frozen fruits and vegetables or even ice for your little one to chew on. You don’t have to worry about any choking because all that is coming through is small, digestible pieces of goodness! The coldness from the fruits or whatever you decide to throw in there will also help with the swelling! 

 

TEETHING NECKLACES

Stylish and functional? Sign me up. These teething necklaces are not only great for breastfeeding but also for teething. You can put it in the freezer before wearing it to help soothe your baby’s gums. They are made out of 100% food grade silicone which is similar to pacifiers and nipples and free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, lead and cadmium so there’s nothing to worry about!     

 

TEETHING BANANA

This soft silicone banana is one of the most recommended teething toy out right now! Not only is it a toothbrush disguised as a banana (teaching good oral hygiene) but it doubles as a teething toy. The thick silicone bristles are intended for your babe to chew on to soothe their gums.

 

Teething is not fun for anyone involved, so cuddle up and good luck to you all!

 

Written by Whitney Rowley