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And when it happens, it can make for one upset baby. The secret to getting through this often painful stage? Teething toys that baby can chew on to relieve sore, sensitive gums.
Bananas, apples, and carrots can be frozen and then gnawed on by your teething baby for both pain relief and a tasty treat. Once the teeth come in, crush up the food and put into a baby safe mesh feeder to prevent any choking hazards. Ginger is a natural anti inflammatory that helps to relieve teething pain by soothing the nerve endings in the gums.
We guarantee that our Little Bam Bam silicone baby teething toys will be a welcome addition to your family. Cute and adorable, our Little Bam Bams will provide soothing support while your baby is teething. Made from silicone and perfect for small hands to hold on to, your little one will enjoy chewing on its ears, legs and horns to help ease the pain of those sore gums. We also stock the world famous Sophie Giraffe.
Bonbino Baby - Humble Beginnings, Bright Future Bonbino Baby started out as a family run business to help babies with their teething issues. The brand has grown from strength to strength and is now an international powerhouse within the Baby Teething Field. Our Products are designed with Baby in Mind and are all tested to a high degree before they are released.
Before we get into the reviews, we invite you to take a look at our comprehensive buying guide because this will give you a good idea on what you want to keep in mind when you shop. We've also included information on how long the teething stage lasts, and why you want to get your kitten a teething toy in the first place. Kittens teeth just like puppies and human babies do. They get their teeth in stages, and this is why you'll notice that your new kitten goes through a teeth stage.
If your child is teething, you probably want to get him some relief right away. But maybe you want to avoid the ubiquitous plastic teething rings due to safety concerns, problems with leaks from the fluid inside or just for aesthetics' sake. Or maybe your child dislikes them; even very young children have their preferences.