Chewbeads Baby 100% Silicone Central Park Teether - Heart
Quick OverviewBrooklyn Teethers Soothe sore gums and cranky tempers with the Brooklyn silicone and wood teether from Chewbeads. This soothing teether is made with soft wood and silicone to provide gentle,...
Soothe sore gums and cranky tempers with the Brooklyn silicone and wood teether from Chewbeads. This soothing teether is made with soft wood and silicone to provide gentle, yet effective pressure for your teething baby. Your little one is sure to be distracted from teething pains by the comforting textures, soft colors, and adorable characters of our silicone and wood teething rings. And not only are they effective teething toys – these teethers will also provide endless fun and entertainment for your baby. Brooklyn teethers are a wonderful way to introduce your baby to the world around them.
These teething toys are easy to take with you on the go. Brooklyn teethers can be attached to your diaper bag or your child’s stroller, or simply carried for an easy distraction on a day out. Once your little one is sleeping, simply pop this silicone and wood teething ring into the dishwasher for a quick cleaning solution. (You can also clean it with dish soap and water.) Our soothing teethers are hassle-free and ready to go with you and your baby wherever you’re headed.
If you don’t want to take the same teether with you everywhere, consider ordering a few of our Brooklyn teethers so you’ll have one on hand if your baby starts to fuss. Since there are several different designs to choose from, you’ll love owning more than one of these silicone and wood teething rings. Our soft green and yellow bird teether can fly with your baby on the go, while a pink and seafoam heart is the perfect way to show all the love in your home or playroom. With Chewbeads, the possibilities are endless.
Don’t forget that these teething rings contain no BPA, phthalates, cadmium, lead, or metals. They’re the safe option for a teething baby. Order your own Brooklyn silicone and wood teether today.