In my first pregnancy, edible jewellery to aid babies with teething was something that really got my attention.
When Max was a baby he was always grabbing anything and sticking it into his mouth and Kai is proving to be no different. The necklaces are designed to be a safe way for your baby to explore taste and texture while relieving any teething discomfort they might have.
I loved the fact the necklaces were 100% safe for my baby to chew on.
I was really curious about the baby friendly jewellery and had intended to check it out, I just never got around to it. Being a first-time mum really was all-consuming and there wasn’t much time for anything, let alone shopping.
The opportunity arose to work with Nibbling UK and I jumped at the chance. It was a brand I was very interested in and once I popped over to their site I feel head over heels for their line of necklaces, dummy clips and teethers.
While we were away on holiday a package was sent from Nibbling.
It was a great little surprise to come home to. I was over the moon with the products sent for review. The kids were impressed as well.
Here is our round up. We hope you enjoy reading about them as much as myself and the boys have enjoyed testing them out:
The Stellar Dummy Clip
When Max was born he took to a dummy like a duck to water. I had always hoped that someone would buy us a dummy clip as a gift but they never did. So when we saw the Christmas limited edition dummy clip was included in our booty I was very happy.
Max only has a dummy at night now but this hasn’t stopped him from wanting a dummy to be attached to the clip. I had modified the clip to include a teether for Kai but still Max want’s to claim it for himself. I always find that a good indication of a product is if the children are claiming them for their own.
Kai has been the complete opposite to Max, he won’t take a dummy at all so I modified the clip to include a teether for Kai.
I love this clip. Not only is it stylish but the beads are made of non-toxic, BPA-free, soft silicone and can safely be chewed on and washed. A lot if dummy clips are made up using wooden or plastic beads. There is always a risk the string might snap and the child could choke. With the stellar dummy clip, I didn’t feel like this would be the case.
The ribbon is held together by a popper and a clip and both are made out of plastic instead of metal. The clip is a nice length and as stated above we were able to attach a teether, so you are not limited to just a dummy.
The Stellar Dummy clip retails at £10.00 and this is the average price you will find for a dummy clip. The difference between this and the others is the safety aspect. The product is very well made and this put me at ease allowing my children to test it out. It helps that the product is also gorgeous and come’s in 6 different colours.
Rattle Ring Turquoise and Orange
If Kai could talk he would tell you that the rattle ring was definitely his favourite. Teething has already hit in our household and poor Kai is suffering. We have a huge variety of teethers and the rattle ring has become a fast favourite.
I love that it looks different to any other teether we have at home. It also doubles up as a rattle so it’s easy to try and get his attention when those gums are causing him pain. The key to teething is a distraction, if you can distract your baby from the pain then your halfway there.
The ring is easy for Kai to hold in his small hands. He often ends up with it around his wrist like a bracelet. The rattle ring, like the dummy clip, is also made from non-toxic BPA-free silicone.
The rattle ring retails at £10.00 which is a little steep, but seeing how much Kai adores it I think I would pay out this money. It is better to buy 1 teether and pay a little more than have 50 (like we currently do).
Train Teether- Red
Max is train obsessed and was soon munching on this teether. After some discussion about how the teether was actually for Kai he finally gave it up.
The train is very cute, with the material being very soft and easy for a baby to chew or in Kai’s case “Gum”. I found that he is still a little too young for this teether. It’s a bit too thick for him to get his chops around and that it wasn’t as easy for him to hold in his tiny hands.
Once he is a little older with a stronger grasp I’m sure this will also become a favourite.
The train comes in 3 colours (Red, green and blue). It also retails at £10.00
Chelsea Teething necklace- Red
This was the product we were really excited to try out yet sadly Kai didn’t really pay much attention to it. This probably has more to do with him being a second child rather than the performance of the product. I imagine if I held him more then he would likely show more interest.
Having a toddler running around definitely, means less cuddle time for Kai.
The necklace is very stylish, although not my normal style. It wouldn’t look too out of place matched with a bikini on a beach somewhere like Ibiza. You can mix and match with the range of bracelets also available.
The necklace retails at £28.00 and is available in 8 different colours.
All the products listed in this round-up are dishwasher and steriliser safe.
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