Of all the baby stages, teething seems to never end. When my twins were teething, I was frantically searching for food for teething to help alleviate the pain for them and the stress for me.
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Let’s just start this with a big chunk of honesty. TEETHING SUCKS. You’re never truly sure if it is teething, because you can’t actually see any teeth popping through when it starts. You look for the signs (fever, irritability, hands in mouth, diarrhea, etc) but some of these signs can be your baby just having an off day.
Moms are constantly looking for food for teething. It’s a great way for babies to get relief and also some nutrition! I have an arsenal of food for teething at my house so I thought I’d jot them down for you.
The foods I have listed are GREAT when you freeze them. We have this baby fruit and food teether by Naturebond and it has been a true game changer. Through July 2019, use code MUCFEEDERS for 10% off! I freeze all of these foods in it – I toss it in the ice box to freeze faster. My boys go crazy for them. They see them and start waving their hands in the air!
The nipples are silicone which is amazing because the mesh ones always got so dirty and were impossible to clean. They also come with multiple sizes of nipples and a lid for when they’re freezing up in the freezer.
All you do is flip open #2 and place the mouthpiece (#1) into the ring and fill it up with your food. Place #3 onto the other side and top it with #4. Close it up and lock it. Place the cap on and toss it in the freezer. I put mine in the ice box and it freezes faster!
Something to remember – as with all foods and baby, do not leave your baby unattended and make sure you are being smart about what you give your baby in their current stage of life! Always check with your pediatrician before trying solids.
Food for teething
- Diced peaches
- Greek yogurt
- Mashed banana
- Diced pears
- Zucchini (I cut these into spears so my boys can grab onto them)
- Frozen waffles
So tell me – have you heard of these little feeders? Do you have them? Head over to Instagram and tag me (@mostlyundercontrol) with some photos of your little loves using them! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!