Have you been seeing moms wear these really bright and vibrant colored necklaces that babies just chew and suck on? They are Chewbeads. Chewbeads was started by Lisa Greenwald, a mom who didn’t feel comfortable with her son chewing on her jewelry for fear of unwanted chemicals or choking hazards. The beads are made with 100% silicone, with no BPA, PVC, phthalates, cadmium, or lead and are easily cleaned with soap and water or in a dishwasher.
We absolutely love these! They are great as the first thing babies do when you hold them is they go for your hair or whatever is reachable and just pull, suck, and chew! These colorful necklaces grab their attention and provides a great distraction while nursing or when you just need them to hold still. Aside from being chic, it’s a nice new way to alleviate teething pain for outings and when Sophie The Giraffe gets dropped on the floor again and again. The only drawback is they can get wet from all the chewing and saliva so you may be walking around with a wet necklace. It’s nothing a napkin can’t fix and what mom isn’t already soaked in their baby’s saliva already?