Before you know it, she’ll be sitting up on her own, leaning toward the spoon, and feeding herself. When baby’s teeth start coming in, get the Happy Baby Blueberry and Purple Carrot organic teething wafers out. They dissolve easily so they’re gentle on young gums. They’re also gluten free for babies with sensitivities. And they’re made without artificial flavoring, so you know they’re naturally delicious.
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My seven month old is all about these teethers. I break them into pieces before giving them to him since he doesn’t have any teeth yet. I like the fact that they come in convenient two-packs within the box as we live in a high humidity region and I can’t imagine how fast they’d be stuck together if they were all opened at once.
My daughter LOVES these. She eats them in between meals as a snack everyday, along with blueberry puffs from a different brand. The packaging my seem wasteful to some but I appreciate that they're packed in individual servings so they stay fresh ( it also makes them easy to bring with places). The blueberry and purple carrot is her favorite flavor. I highly recommend it (blueberry seems to be a hit with a lot of babys). They're great practice for baby's to independently eat (so not being spoon fed) and they're great for teething baby's as well. They're easy to grab and dissolve in baby's mouth. Highly recommend, just make sure your baby reaches the right suggested skills they show on the box.
My 2 teeth 8 month old loves these. We started giving them to him around 6 months when he started to teethe. He is exclusively breastfed so this was an easy fix to keep him distracted when we were out and about and I couldn't nurse right away. I break them into 3 pieces when I give them to him, so that its manageable to eats on his own. The only thing I don't like about them is that since they dissolve so easy it gets stuck to his hands when he's feeding himself. They get really sticky everywhere, which is annoying to clean. But that's motherhood I guess.....always cleaning after tiny humans lol.
My son loves these and this particular flavor. Often on sale and they don't break as easily as the NOSH teething crackers. Useful when my son is having a meltdown in a public restaurant and you just want to eat in peace (for 10 minutes....)