Natural beech wood teething ring with cotton bunny ears from Harley & Harlow Baby
THIS TOY HAS + ENCOURAGES:
• High Absorbency
• Fine Motor Skills
• Gross Motor Skills
• Jaw development
• Teething Gum Relief
• Naturally anti-bacterial
These gorgeous wooden teething toys not only look super adorable shaped as a cute little bunny, they come in loads of modern patterns, duo colours + simple designs so you can never have too many!
They are made from exceptional quality designer cotton fabrics, , + have a highly absorbent cotton towel backing that is super soft on baby's skin + gums, keeps baby's fingers, hands + clothes dry + provides a different texture for the early + later stages of teething.
They are specifically + uniquely designed so that the ears constantly stand up allowing babies as little as a month old to easily mouth + enjoy the developmental benefits of them + without any risk of suffocation.
The 100% natural beech wood ring that babies can use to chew + help cut their incoming teeth with is amazingly hygienic, naturally anti-bacterial, eco-friendly + super strong. We use a specifically + exclusively designed size ring that is safer + will encourage gross + fine motor skills in newborns up to toddlers. These rings will also encourage jaw development, giving baby the building blocks towards speech + cognitive skills like independence in their future years. They are coated with a certified organic blend of botulism free bee's wax + olive oil balm, enhancing the wood
They are coated with a certified organic blend of botulism free bee's wax + olive oil balm, enhancing the wood hygienically + increasing durability + are tested to withstand a high pressure ensuring they are completely safe for baby to chew + mouth.
Safety is a huge priority to us. Our supplier Harley & Harlow Baby go to great lengths to ensure these products are made to be 100% played with, used & washed over & over again.
Everything is triple stitched on, thoroughly inspected, tested under high pressure & follow all Australian toy safety requirements but supervision is always required when baby's are using mouthable toys.