Teething Jewelry (Updated 3/12)

by Citrus Lane

A while back on our Facebook page, we got a great question from a mom who was searching for teething-safe jewelry she could wear around her baby. Our community responded in force! Thank you so much to Jessica, Rebecca, Rachael, Amy, and Vi for your great suggestions! Asking experienced moms for advice is always a great idea. We highly recommend it!

Update: We’ve updated this page with more recommendations from our community — scroll down for more picks! Thank you to Ashley, Taya, Emily, Theresa and Jenn for these great new suggestions!

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Autumn Mommy & Baby Teething Necklace from Etsy seller nihamaj

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Teething Necklace from Etsy seller boorashka

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Chewbeads (via Cool Mom Picks)

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Teething Bling (via Petite Planet)

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Source: etsy.com via Citrus Lane on Pinterest


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If you’re looking for even more, Rebel Heart reviewed several different teething necklaces with her adorable baby!

Photo credit: timkelley on Flickr.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Ben's Mama October 14, 2011 at 10:58 am

This necklace is my son’s favorite for teething. It’s similar to the one listed above, but the beads are made of wood, not rubber, so there is no concern about PVC/phthalates.


Ryan October 15, 2011 at 9:15 pm

Thanks for adding that, it’s lovely! The print on the fabric is great.

–Ryan Marie
Citrus Lane Community Manager


Ryan October 17, 2011 at 12:31 pm

Just wanted to add another tip a friend told me – a teething necklace is also a great way to distract a kid who likes to pinch or pull your hair while nursing. Redirecting grabby little fingers to the necklace instead is much less painful! I just wish I’d know that for my kids!


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