You can already tell it's going to be one of those days. Your baby is cranky; doesn't want to eat, doesn't want to sleep and most certainly doesn't want you to put them down. Yes, another tooth is working its way through your baby's gums leaving them in pain and wanting their mummy.
You hate that your baby is in pain but you also dislike the fact that you won't be able to get anything done today. You decide that you must find a way to soothe your baby's pain so you can somehow function and get through the day. So what's a mum to do? Well, you can break out your usualgo-to teething supplies such as frozen rings and wet washcloths but they just end up leaving your baby's hands wet and cold. Besides, when your baby is cranky and in pain, they just want to be held in your arms.
Luckily, there is a great solution: teething jewelry. No, this doesn't mean decking out your baby in their own teething bling (though the image that is popping up in my head right now is cute enough to make me chuckle!). There are actually teething necklaces that mum's can wear that offer safe and convenient ways for your baby to comfort their gums.
Okay, so this teething bling is definitely different from the rest of your bling. There are no diamonds, silver or gold on these necklaces but they are stunning in their own right. The stone shaped beads are made of non-toxic materials and come in a variety of colors such as pink, purple, blue, green and black. Besides, there isn't anything more beautiful than a mummy comforting her baby.
Not only do teething jewelry serve a practical purpose but they also add a bit of flair to your outfit. I don't know about you, but I'd rather pull the attention from my drool and spit up covered shirt to my colorful necklace! The best part is you won't ever have to dig through your diaper bag or freezer looking for those darn teething rings because it will be conveniently around your neck.
Next time you wake up and you just know that it is going to be one of those days - put on your necklace and know that you have a plan to soothe your baby's gums. And, really, what is better than being able to comfort your baby instantly while holding them close to your heart?