Chewbeads, A Love Story

I believe if you buy a product three times and absolutely love it, and you would love to own even more of the product, then it must be worth recommending twice, right? Well, here is my second Chewbeads post (the first post can be read at this link). This product has quickly become a Little Brim Favorite!

Chewbeads are, “mommy chic, baby safe…non-toxic jewelry for moms.” The name for me is kind of a turnoff, much like Dress Barn, but that is in fact exactly how they are used–beads that are chewed. Or gnawed on. Or drooled on. Or pulled on. But, at least in our house, they are always loved on.

Little Brim has been teething for a couple of months now, and he has been in the process of cutting at least four teeth at once. We have been cycling through teething necklaces here as he seems to love them (read our KangarooCare necklace review here) — this style is the Chewbeads Greenwich Necklace.

As you can see, he really just shoves ’em on in there–sometimes taking his favorite blanket along for the ride.

Apologies for the blurry photo, but it is the only one I have showing the Creamsicle Cornelia Bracelet that I purchased on sale a few weeks ago before our vacation. As much as I love their necklaces, I do not recommend the bracelets — at least, they’re not working out for us. Little Brim loves to play with my watch and bracelets so I naturally (naturally) assumed he would love the orange beads as well, but that is not the case. It is difficult for him to gnaw on the beads since they do not have any slack to pull in to his mouth. Lesson learned!

We’re still enjoying the Turquoise Jane necklace! (Side note, he also loves these inexpensive Nuby IcyBite Hard/Soft keys when they are cold.).

So…until next time…I’ll be thinking about the new Fall 2012 Collection Chartreuse Perry beads — you know, for Little Brim.

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