FriYay | Teething

Teething.  Well it’s never fun is it?  Let me tell you… It’s even less fun with twins.
I had this post ready a wee while ago, the babies have been teething for what seems like months and I thought I would have been posting sooner. So, you can imagine the excitement when I checked this morning and Harry has a little tooth!  It’s popped through and the 2nd isn’t too far behind.  Emily, the little darling, well she hasn’t got any yet.  Not a hint.



Gotta take a shot or two for Instagram of course!

So, with it being FriYay I thought I would show you some of our favourite teething toys!

1: Neckerchew: Cheeky Chompers:

I first seen these guys on Dragons Den.  I love it when being a parent inspires a product. I ADORE the ditsy print, my heart melts at most things floral!  We are big fans of Joules and the boy range is super cute too.  Its always nice to see a boy range other than bears!

2: Sophie La Girafe:

We love the original Sophie!
The new Fawn is pretty cute and they have a huge range of natural teethers, little hand held options for smaller babies.

3: Amber Pumpkin:

Silicone Biscuits & Amber Necklaces.  We have these necklaces for the twins.  Some are a little skeptical about the amber stones but I personally love them.  I pop them around their ankles under socks at bed & nap times, incase of choking, please be safe!  The amber is suppose to release natural oils that help soothe during teething.

4: Little Sapling Toys:

Wooden teethers in lots of different shapes and are customised with your littles names.  The camera is of course our favourite, I wish I had found them sooner!
These guys are so wonderful, and they plant a tree for every toy sold.  Reason enough to pay the postage from America I’d say!

5: Little Baby Company:

Wooden toys are forever our favourites and the star rattle is adorable!  These guys have cute little shop on Not on the High Street.

Do check these guys out!  Good luck for those who have little ones teething, it can be super stressful.  Lots of hugs required!

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