PRODUCTS MY LITTLE GUY REALLY LOVES

Tatum is teething like crazy and still does not have teeth ! ugh !! we try everything – I will admit he loves Sophie the Giraffe but recently was introduced to :

https://www.teetherpop.com/

& he is loving it – especially I used some of the lemons I received and I do a little lemon combo and it soothes him – we have him use it once or twice a day.

I have  been trying a bunch of different recommendations but mine is this product for sure.

Tetherpop™ in Ashland, Ohio using US-sourced, FDA-approved medical-grade silicone and polypropylene.. No BPA, PVC or latex is used in its construction.

teetherpop™ for babies aged 6 months and up, but you’ll find it’s a great alternative to traditional popsicles for older tots, too

 

Step 1

Fill to the indicator line with baby’s favorite drink.

Step 2

Fold handle into reservoir and snap to secure.

Step 3

Place the cover over your teetherpop™ and freeze.

Step 4

Once chilled, remove from freezer and run under warm water to remove the cover. This is the TRICK !!!

Step 5

Flexible slits allow babies to enjoy their thawing drink as they teethe!

Get Creative!

Did You Know?

Blueberries have the highest antioxidant capacity of all foods.

3 ounces of papaya will meet a baby’s daily requirement of vitamin C.

Broccoli is a true superfood, filled with vitamin C, beta-carotene, folic acid, iron, potassium and phytonutrients.

Carrots are rich in vitamin A and babies like their naturally sweet taste.

Parsnips provide a good source of starch, fiber and antioxidant vitamins C and E.

Apricots are a good source of iron, potassium, beta-carotene and fiber.

 

For smoothies or stage 1 purees, we recommend finely blending, straining and/or thinning with water as needed for an easier flow. When freezing these thicker drinks, mix with half water.

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