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What would you reccomend for a teether that my 2.5 month old would be able to hold (he's already reaching for stuff) that isnt made of plastic? Just wondering what's out there. Thanks.
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My son got his first two bottom teeth when he was 3 months old. It was tough finding things for him to teethe on because he couldn't hold anything for long. At that age we had the best sucess with giving him a wet washcloth to chew on. It seemed to be the easiest for him to "find" again once he dropped it, which he always did. HTH, and good luck with your little teether!
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Originally Posted by VernaBloom View Post
My son got his first two bottom teeth when he was 3 months old. It was tough finding things for him to teethe on because he couldn't hold anything for long. At that age we had the best sucess with giving him a wet washcloth to chew on. It seemed to be the easiest for him to "find" again once he dropped it, which he always did. HTH, and good luck with your little teether!

I was just going to say this! Wet washclothes were the best!
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