About (taken from the website): Wristy Buddy was developed by a teacher & a mother for her teething infant son. Her son began to teethe around 3 1/2 months. However, he lacked the motor skills to hold traditional teething devices & would constantly chew on the sleeve of his clothing.
Teething for an infant is such a hard time, they cry, drool, some get fevers and every single one of my kids chewed on EVERYTHING. My youngest started teething at 3 months, which was way too young to hold on teething rings and play with toys. I kept finding that she would chew on her fist to “teeth” and it would gag her, luckily the Wristy Buddy was around to help her teeth. Its very simple to use: just slide the fabric sleeve over the babies wrist and its secured for falling and getting dirty.
I received the lion and moose wristy buddy to review; both of which have a BPA- free teething loop which is textured with nubbies to help ease pain. On the other side of the animal is a satin loop with a crinkle material inside to make noise to keep the baby entertained. Both my little kids loved any toys that made this noise! This is great, there is so much on this little toy for my infant to stay entertained with. The face of the animal will also keep your little ones drooling mouth and face dry! If they get too wet and dirty all 7 animals are 100% machine washable.
My daughter loves the moose the best because she has the horns, ears and nose to nibble on. She has learned to pull the band off her wrist already but doesn’t love them any less! I always make sure that I have one at home, and one in her diaper bag for when we are on the go.
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