Monday, May 16, 2011

Teething Bling Me Baby!

I have been looking at getting a teething necklace for close to a year now. I was afraid of what I was getting if I ordered online, as I am a "touchy feely" let me think about it kind of person, and no local stores, or chain stores carried such items. I am also indecisive, I think...

Look how cute, and practical to boot!
I was afraid I would order a teething necklace online and open my mailbox to find some cheap, plastic, gaudy, quarter machine necklace I would not wear. I could not have been further from WRONG about Teething Bling by SmartMom Jewelry.  When I was given the chance to review a necklace, in my true fashion, I could not decide which to get.  They were all so cute and fashionable! I emailed a short list of my favorites and let them decide.  I ended up with a Brown Snowflake Pendant.  It is a great neutral pick!

As soon as I got it out of the package, Abby was all over it.  I loved that it was small enough for her get in her mouth, yet large enough for her to hold with two hands, and light enough where she could hold it!

Nom Nom Nom....

breakaway safety clasp
The breakaway clasp it has is strong enough to hold the necklace on with normal tugging by baby, yet releases with a little stronger tug.  I loved that it was easy enough to take on and off this way, and re-attach to an Ergo strap while Daddy wore her in it, or even clipped on to the carseat handle.  (be sure to supervise baby with all jewelry, whether it's on you or attached to something else, and never place it around baby's neck!) 

a decent amount of force needed to "bend"
The Bling is semi flexible, soft enough to chew, but firm enough to withstand chewing without breaking apart. I do have to admit I took a chomp or two (or even more) on the Bling as well.   A great (fashionable) stress reliever for mommies :)
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  1. My daughter loves to jam things way back in her mouth- could you see this as something easy to choke or gag on?

  2. Natural Momma, She would be hard pressed to get this to the back of her throat. (assuming she is toddler or younger) HTH!