OB Designs - Baby Rattle & Teething Ring Bobby Bunny - Available in Cavania West Perth, Geraldton & online
A wooden teether is a great organic toy for babies from 0+ as they could help them develop their motor skills and soothe their teething pain. One of the primary benefits of opting for wooden teething rings over plastic or other popular baby teethers is the fact that wooden teethers are non-toxic and free from harmful leads, metals, BPA, chemicals or phthalates.
Wooden Teething Toy Features
20 cm long
Rattle & teething ring
Toy hook so it doesn't get lost
WOODEN TEETHERS SAFETY & CARE
By the age of 3 or 4 months, your precious baby is starting to form an idea about being in the world, they will make better eye contact and you’ll be smiling at each other. Babies at that age stating getting control of their body and this where they might start putting their hands in their mouth and pick up objects to reach their mouth. This is a precious time in the baby’s development stage and a perfect time to start introducing a wooden teether.
Babies' motor skills start to develop and they begin to not only discover that their hands belong to them but start grabbing toys like wooden teethers to place in their mouths for exploration and soothing the early teethers.
At 4 months old, babies find it easier to bring the wooden teethers to their mouths, this is why you want to make sure they have a high-quality wooden teether to suck and bite on.
OB Designs' wooden teethers can be your baby’s companion and favourite toy from about 3 months to 1 year not only for playing and enjoyment but for gaining comfort and relief from teething symptoms. The soothing comes when babies use these safe wooden teethers to apply light pressure to tender gums which could possibly give them comfort and satisfaction.
There is no restricted age for baby teethers however, babies usually start teething from 4-6 months. Babies always love putting stuff in their mouths and choosing an OB Designs' wooden teether would be ideal and a great alternative to random things around the house and their own hands and clothes.