Teething is one of those seemingly never-ending phases that baby experiences. As a mom you know how helpless it feels when your baby is fussing all-day long with no relief in sight from the cutting pain of new teeth coming in.
I’ve lost count on the number of teethers we’ve tried with our kids – everything between the soft and squishy to the frozen solid type. And now with teething gels being controversial it’s hard to find an instant solution.
From my experience dealing with two teething babies, I found that we often have to rotate teethers depending on the type of teeth surfacing. Because what will soothe baby initially may not always work for when those incisors or molars come in.
That’s why I was excited to give the Safari Loop Teether a try when approached by Nuby!
This BPA-free teether is ideal for back teeth teething. It’s a multi-textured surface with raised, offset surfaces that assist in the eruption of teeth by gently massaging infant’s gums.
I love the fact that it combines hard bumpy surfaces with soft rubbery and even crinkly textures because my 12-month old prefers ALL types of surfaces at the moment. He is always exploring different textures and objects around the house in search of anything that will provide relief.
The bright colorful safari animals make it fun for baby to engage with — especially since our guy loves lions and tigers thanks to his big brother’s toy collection :).
I also love the loop/necklace pattern this Safari teether comes in, which is super easy for baby to hold and take with on the go. It is recommended for infants 3 months+ because we all know teething can start that early!
This is definitely one teether to add to your collection of teething instruments! Our little guy loves chewing on it all day to get through this painful time period!
You can find the Safari Loop Teether at Target stores nationwide.
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I was sent a Safari Loop Teether by Nuby to facilitate review, but no compensation was received for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.