Tommee Tippee Chewthers Review

If you don't know by now I am a Tommee Mommy. I have yet to find anything from Tommee Tippee that I don't like. They have got the best bottle I have every tried and now they have some great Chewthers. Chwethers are teether that are made with baby in mind. With some many teething gels no longer being safe for babies its good to know that Tommee Tippee is working hard to find something to help sooth baby.





This is the one I got its called the closer to nature Gummy Chewther. Its meant for babies 3 months and up. Most babies start to teeth at about 3 months and it can last until they are one. Tommee Tippee Chewther are designed to alleviate some of the pain associated with teething.


Aiden now has this two bottom teeth in and is working on this top two, so I was excited to try this out. He took to it really well. At first I thought the Chewther looked like a mouth guard and that he might not like it.


 But boy was I wrong. He garbed it and put it right in his month and started to chew away at it. Its easy to hold and you can even put it on a pacifier holder.  


It does look like it would be a little big, but he did not have any problems with it. Most of the time he does not put the whole thing in this mouth. He holds on to it and chews on one side of it.

Gummy Chewther comes in three fun colors of blue, pink and yellow. But they have four different types of chewther so I am sure you will find one that is right your your baby and their age.





Oh and I for got to tell you they are BPA free and sold at Babies R Us. They are a new line. They are also $6.99 for this fun great Chewther. My little Aiden sure does love it, and it has helped him out a lot with his teething pain.


Disclosure:
This post was written by me and was not edited by anyone. The opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way. I was not paid for this post. I revived this product from the company for purpose of a review.  

Comments

Debra Mennins said…
One of the problems I get with my baby and teething rings is timing. When my baby is drinking milk from a bottle is always the time that he chews on the nipples. I asked my dentist marietta ga and pediatric doctor on what to do and the only advice they gave me was to be vigilant on when a teething episode will occur.
Maia Dobson said…
Your baby instantly liked this teether. My baby is very choosy though, but I'll ask the dentists in Champaign IL if there's any problem before I try this one.

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