Baby Teething Toys
Our natural teething toys are a fantastic natural alternative to the majority of teething toys and pacifiers on the market. We've carefully crafted our adorable teething toys to soothe babies' sore gums and encourage cognitive development. They're built to help relax and distract babies who struggle with teething pain, as well as those who have difficulty sleeping or are prone to fussiness. We currently offer three different natural teething toys, including our Nib Cube, our Nibbling Stellar Natural Wood Toy, and our Nibbling Superfoods Toy. Each has its own unique and colourful design that babies love. Mini & Me are proud suppliers of a variety of baby teething toys and have been providing Australian families with an extensive range of baby products since 2019. If you would like to find out more about our baby teething toys, check out our frequently asked questions. For any related baby teething toy enquiries, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or filling out an enquiry form!
Natural and Safe
Our natural teething toys are much more natural and safe than other toys and pacifiers on the market today. That’s because our toys are assembled in the UK using natural beech wood and BPA-free, 100% food-grade silicone. They’re non-toxic with no chemicals or additives to ensure they’re safe for our babies' mouths!
Stylish Toys that Encourage Positive Association
While safety and effectivity will always be our top priorities, we're also dedicated to designing the cutest teething toys in Australia. Our Nibbling Superfood toys each feature a fun, vibrant, textured silicone cover in the shape of a superfood. It's important to create positive associations with healthy foods from a young age, and we think our blueberry, kale, lemon, and strawberry toys do just that.
Our unique Nibbling Nib Cube serves as both a teething and a sensory toy. Its chewable cube shape is fascinating for curious babies. It also comes in a variety of colour combinations, including mint and grey, black and marble, and pink and grey.
The Nibbling Stellar Natural Wood Teething Toy combines our BPA-free, high-quality silicone with our durable natural beech wood. This toy comes with two wooden hoops and a flexible silicone hoop going through both. The silicone hoop has a fun star shape on one side and comes in several colours, including pink, grey, mint, oat, and blue. The shape of the natural wood toy allows it to be used as both a teething and rattle toy, perfect for distracting fussy babies.
As parents ourselves, trust us when we say that you'll want to have a toy on hand for when your baby starts teething. Why not choose a brand that uses natural materials to create safe and beautiful toys that will effectively entertain your baby while soothing them?
Frequently Asked Questions
Are natural rubber teethers safe?
Yes! Most teethers today are loaded with latex, BPA, and other harmful chemicals that have no business being anywhere near our babies. This is true for most children’s toys, unfortunately.
We here at Mini&Me, on the other hand, exclusively use natural silicone rubber. Our rubber is BPA-free, chemical-free, and non-toxic to ensure that our babies are using the safest, most effective teethers on the market.
Is wood good for teething?
Yes, natural, untreated wood is great for teething. It's organic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and free of chemicals and toxins. Natural wood is also incredibly durable, which is essential to any great teething toy. Your baby will be chewing on their toy regularly, so you’ll want something durable that won’t break apart and become a choking hazard.
When should I give my baby teething toys?
The right time to give your baby their first teething toy will vary depending on when they get their first tooth and when their teething pain begins. The majority of babies start teething when they're 4-6 months old, but some experience tooth pain before then. For your convenience, we recommend having a teething toy at home while your baby is about 2 months old. There will be plenty of indicators that it's time to give them their toy (crying, won't sleep, irritated gums, gum-rubbing, etc.).