Top 5 Teethers Every Baby Needs
Aaron has been dribbling for several weeks now, and has been chewing his fingers 24/7. By the time we honed onto the teether that worked best for us, his fingers were already full of blisters. Here are the top teethers based on our experience
Top 5 Teethers
There is a reason this is the most well-known teether out there, helping babies’ sore spots for over 55 years. There are multiple features where the baby can grip (e.g. the neck and the legs) as well as multiple ‘pointy’ features that can be used to find the right spot (e.g. the legs or the ears of the giraffe). We play this ‘spot the giraffe’ game where we look for Sophie whenever we peruse photos of our friends’ or relatives’ babies. If not in the baby’s hand or mouth, it usually is lurking at the background somewhere.
This teether checks two of the most important requirements when you look for a teether: fun and easy to grip.
Babies love to chew their fingers. So what better design for a teether than a ‘hand’ with a ring in place of a palm that makes it easy to grip, and fingers that are easy to chew at just the right spot.
Functions as a teether as well as a brush to protect those precious new pearls.
Another smartly designed teether with a ‘ring’ for ease of grip and ‘fingers’ for ease of chewing.
How to chooose
Here are the key features we look for when deciding. It might take some trial and error before you find the one that works best for your baby!
- Easy to grip
- Easy to chew (aka ‘pointy’ like a finger)
- Easy to clean
- Good quality material
- (Good to have) May be sterilized