Swapping Chains For Stones

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Sometime between 4 months old and 8 months old, your normally calm baby will become restless. They will not eat normally, they will not sleep normally and they may not even have the same temperament as normally. Their whole world will be turned upside down because of one little, budding tooth.

If this is your first baby, you may not realize that it is your baby's first tooth rearing its ugly head that is causing havoc on your lives because the pain starts long before it makes its first cut through the gums. However, once you see or feel the razor sharp edge of a tooth cutting through, it will all make sense. The restless nights. The bottle refusals. The shoving everything they can in their mouths.

This is where the truly hard part comes in; in an effort to sooth his achy gums, your baby can and will shove everything humanly possible into their mouths. Your shoe on the floor; the magazine on the table; the dog's chew toy; your fingers; and even your necklace.

Yes, everything connected to your body and worn on your body is fair game for your baby's sore chompers. Either prepare yourself for lots of broken chains, cuts in your baby's mouth and even a choking risk (yikes!) or invest in some baby jewellery Australia. These necklaces are specifically made for mums with teething babies. Made from silicone and free of any and all harmful chemicals, these necklaces feature stones that make great teething toys for babies.

To top it all off, the necklaces are also fashionable and versatile. There are many different colours such as white, black, blue, green, red and pink to choose from, so you can have a necklace to match every outfit you wear. The stones also come in different shapes and sizes so you can keep your outfit fresh. These necklaces are perfect when you are dressed down in jeans but also when you are dressed up in your favourite little black dress.

When it comes to your baby, the selling point for baby jewellery Australia is simple: your baby will always have a teething toy at his beck and call! No more crawling on the floor looking for a dropped toy, listening to a cranky baby howl in pain or suffering the pain of your baby chewing on your hand for comfort.

Your baby's next favourite teething toy is around your neck and won't hurt him – or you, for that matter. So next time your baby is inconsolable and you can't figure out what is wrong, simply put on your silicone necklace and let your baby chew away. You can rest easy knowing that your baby will not only find some comfort for his gums but you will look good while he does.

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