Solve teething dilemmas with Neckerchew dribble bib and teether in one

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Teething. We all know the drill (or should that be drool), the sleepless nights, the sore gums and the seemingly endless dribble. While we can’t yet offer you and your baby an unbroken nights sleep, we do have a product that will help with the other issues.

The Neckerchew is the original chewable dribble bib. Sensing a gap in the market for parents tired of picking up and cleaning dropped teething toys, or worse, losing them permanently out of the pram (a recent issue of mine), Amy and Julie, the creators of Cheeky Chompers invented the Neckerchew, a reversible dribble bib and teething toy in one.

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The Neckerchew is made from super soft jersey cotton, with an absorbent layer that locks away moisture, making it ideal for all day wear. It comes in a great selection of fashion colours and prints, and what’s more, it is reversible so that it will match more of your baby’s outfits.

The soft, chewy triangular end of the bib is the teether. It is especially designed to massage and sooth tender gums with a pliable, dimpled design, and it contains no BPA or phthalates and will not flake or peel, so is safe for babies to chew on.

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So far this year, the Neckerchew was highly commended by The Baby Products Association, won The Baby Innovation Award in the Netherlands, The Loved by Parents silver award voted for by the consumers, and has been shortlisted for The Mumii Best Baby and Toddler Gear award and Practical Preschool Awards which will be announced in November.

The Neckerchew teether dribble bibs are available exclusively in Australia from Cheeky Chompers for $19.99.

(This post is sponsored by Cheeky Chompers)

 

Libby Smith

Libby Smith

Libby lives in Sydney with her husband, three children (plus one on the way) and dog. In a former life, she was a high school English and history teacher who loved going out for breakfast and spending holidays reading book after book. These days, Libby spends her time kid-wrangling, catching quiet moments with a coffee, trying to avoid taking the kids to the shops and, when time allows, getting lost in a good book or a spot of crochet.

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