Neckerchew by Cheeky Chompers {Giveaway}

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Do you have a teething babe? I am excited to introduce you to the world’s first chewy dribble bibs for teething little ones. These stylish bibs are super soft and absorbent and they have a safe and unique silicone teether attached to them, just brilliant!

I received a couple of these to try and I absolutely love them! Having a safe teether attached to the bib is great. Combining two things into one means not having to carry extra items everywhere and a teether that stays off the floor.

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The attached silicone teether is phthalate free and the bibs are made with 3 layers of soft cotton. Each bib has two sides with different colour/patterns, so you get two bibs in one.

All of the bibs are one size (from 2 months -2 years) and they feature two adjustable poppers. I love the poppers because they are easy to open and allow me to remove the bib without making too much noise when my son falls asleep, unlike velcro closures.

Neckerchew bibs are made in the UK but you can purchase them via Toys “R” Us here for $22.99 each.

Win it:  One lucky US/CAN reader will win a set of Neckerchew bibs! Enter to win via Rafflecopter below. Good Luck!

Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own. 

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Angela V

Founder and Writer at One Smiley Monkey blog
Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

42 responses to “Neckerchew by Cheeky Chompers {Giveaway}”

  1. Frozen fruits! Great inside those little teething feeders they sell.

  2. rub gums with ice

  3. Frozen washcloths to chew on!

  4. Have always done the frozen washcloth to chew on.

  5. Cold stuff to chew on and Ibuprofen for when it gets really bad!

  6. something to chew on helps relieve the pain. poor things – teething it really hurts!

  7. Frozen washcloths and/or teething toys

  8. My little one loves the teethers that can be frozen – the cold really helps his gums feel better.

  9. the frozen washcloth

  10. frozen washcloth

  11. A frozen washcloth.

  12. Cloves! Use cloves to numb the pain in baby’s mouth 😀

  13. Nursing.

  14. Frozen baby washcloth!

  15. With my first, I’d freeze breast milk in ice cube trays and put them in those mesh bags for him to suck on.

  16. frozen washcloth

  17. I’ve heard that putting teething rings in the refrigerator gives babies sometime to soothe their gums during teething. My baby hasn’t reached this stage yet and I will need lots of tips and trial and error to figure out what works.

  18. frozen baby wash cloth and lots of cuddling

  19. What a great idea, this would be great for Caress.

  20. a little tiny bit of lemon juice rubbed on their gums

  21. My son loved chewing on a slice of frozen pineapple core. Whenever I cut pineapple, I would slice the core and freeze it. It worked great for him. When his first teeth were coming in I soaked small cloths in breast milk and cross them for him to chew on.

  22. frozen fruits in one of those net things.. it’s like a popsicle

  23. Wear a teething necklace! Little man always wants something to chew, but is always trying to throw whatever it is on the ground, so wear something babies can chew!

  24. Let her chew on a teething toy.

  25. Frozen teething rings and baby orajel.

  26. frozen blueberries

  27. Freeze pops still in the wrapper. They can chew on them and then you can refreeze them.

  28. cuddles

  29. Let them chew on a frozen face cloth

  30. frozen fruit, especially berries

  31. A frozen washcloth; teething ring from the fridge or oragel. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway and for the opportunity to participate.

  32. I like putting frozen pureed fruits or veggies in those mesh bags.

  33. We found amber worked for our daughter as well as the life factory teething rings.

  34. My son liked teethers from the freezer and wet washcloths.

  35. My son loves the mesh feeders with frozen grapes or ice 🙂

  36. sophie the giraffe

  37. I really think that amber helps with the pain.

  38. We use the teethers that you can freeze.

  39. i don;t have one yet, my chilkd hasnt started teething 😛

  40. What worked for my kids was a teething ring

  41. A cold, damp washcloth would be nice for baby to chew on

  42. These are so cute and I love that they have a teething surface on them too. Kids get their fronts soaking wet when they’re teething, this is a great solution.

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