Monday, October 20, 2008

RazBerry Teether

The RazBerry Teether resembles a raspberry and although it doesn't taste like one, it really helps babies with teething.

Pros:
The RazBerry Teether is made of a food grade silicon which I think is a great idea. It has a bumpy texture that that resembles a raspberry which really helps massage your baby's gums. The first time I gave this teether to Rowan, it was an instant hit. He is working on two more bottom teeth and he immediately started chewing on it. He pulled it out of his mouth, looked at the bright colors and went right back chewing on it. I really think it gives him some relief. I like that this is designed somewhat like a pacifier. He can chew on it while he is crawling across the room. It fits in his mouth nicely and he also loves to look at the bright colors. And did I mention it looks super cute in his mouth? On the packaging, it says that it can be frozen for extra soothing comfort. This is a great idea and gives your baby the bumpy texture while also cooling their gums. A great idea is to get a pacifier clip and clip this to your baby for teething, even if they don't take a pacifier. That way you always have teething comfort right at hand!

Cons:
This looked a little big at first like it might be a bit bulky, but it works great for my 9 month old. I can see how it might be a bit big to put in a 4 or 5 month old baby's mouth who is teething.

The Bottom Line:
A great teething alternative to other toys and pacifiers. For more information visit the RazBerry Teether site.

Price:
$3-$4.50

Where to Buy:
Amazon

Rating: Great

3 comments:

Sara Birch said...

Just bought mine on Amazon! I used expedited shipping to get it her ASAP because Jonas is getting THREE new teeth. We were up until 3 AM last night...with a feverish screaming little man. I am hoping the RaZberry helps. We'll have to see how well it goes in a 5 month old's mouth!

TraciDyan said...

I got one of these for Chase last week. He really likes it. He does have trouble holding it himself, but he is only 4 months old. He is working on those bottom two teeth so he really likes to chew. I think this is a great teether.

Tristan's Mom said...

That looks great! Tristan only has 2 teeth now, so we have a long way to go.