7 great teething toys - Gift Grapevine

My tornadoes may no longer be babies but that won’t stop me from gushing over beautiful baby gift finds!

Teething toys make practical and affordable gifts. I’ve spotted so many great teething toys recently that I wanted to share them all in one post. Here are 7 of my favourites.

 

Bunny teethers - Gift Grapevine great teething toys

Handmade 100% natural bunny teethers – oh so cute!

 

One Chew Three natural wood teether - Gift Grapevine June gift ideas

Featured in my recent monthly gift picks post, this One Chew Three Natural Beech Wood Rattle Teether includes a hard teething ring with two small beads that make a clink sound when shaken (plus they’re fun for bub to roll around in his or her chubby little fingers).

 

Once Chew Three taggy teether - Gift Grapevine great teething toys

Also from One Chew Three, this Taggy Teether is a combination of every thing a bub loves – soft fabric and terry textures, crinkle noise, a natural wooden teething ring and lots of tags.

Oli and Carol origami boats - Gift Grapevine great teething toys

These 100% natural latex baby bath Origami Boat toys from Spanish designers Oli & Carol are fantastic – no valve to let in manky water plus they double as a great teething toy!

 

Mockingbird teethers - Gift Grapevine great teething toys

Handmade in Perth from BPA free 100% food grade silicone beads and natural wood, Mockingbird teethers by Tilly Mint Kids are easy for little hands to hold and safe to chew on.

 

Sophie la girafe - Gift Grapevine great teething toys

I couldn’t do a teething toy round-up without including Sophie la girafe. She is a 100% natural rubber teething toy which babies have loved to suck, chew, hold and squeak since 1961. Mr TT was given one of these when he was born and at age 2 he still liked to play with and gnaw on Sophie occasionally!

 

Mizzie the Kangaroo - Gift Grapevine great teether toys

And for an alternative to giraffes, meet Mizzie the Kangaroo. She’s a bit bigger than Sophie but just as fun to chew on.

 

Do you have a favourite teething toy for baby?