Our goal at Mombella is to provide each infant with the perfect mouthing toy! Teething pain reduction isn’t the only benefit of a baby’s mouthing. It is both a means of investigation and a means of relaxation. Sucking is relaxing for babies aged 0 to 3 months to hold toys, your infant will want assistance. 3-6 months: being unwell is relaxing! Your child can now locate a toy.
There’s a lot more to it; children who skip discriminative mouthing appear to have a lot of difficulties eating and speaking. Too much UE of a pacifier during sleep might cause mouth breathing and nasal system problems. We are concerned about all of these factors; each baby requires a different toy at a different time, and Mombella strives to collaborate with parents to address each stage!
Benefits for New Moms
Allow mommy to take a break: If necessary, place the baby in a breastfeeding position. Place the nipple of the mushroom in the baby’s mouth for sucking.
Daddy easily can be capable of handling the situation: Puddle the baby as she/he suckles on the mushroom, and play some calm music or a hair dryer-like sound.
- Biting is calming at 6-10 months!
- Chewing and biting assist in the development of jaw muscles and the eruption of teeth.
- Weaning your infant off the pacifier and sucking toys is a good idea. Keep your baby’s mouth shut while he or she sleeps!
- 9-12 months: Your baby will begin to engage in actual mouth play, such as blowing bubbles and blowing horns.
- 15-24 months: Playing with your mouth. Because your baby’s breathing patterns are still developing, he or she should never be given a pacifier.
Built-in with quality silicone mini mushroom
Made perfectly to fit the contour of a baby’s breast and nipple, so he or she may suck on it with ease. It’s also composed of BPA-free silicone that’s incredibly gentle on the skin. Very softer than a pacifier, and the shape is more akin to a mother’s breast and nipple, making it a great soother for breastfeeding babies.
Avoid sucking your baby’s thumb: Because the baby’s hands are completely enclosed within the mushroom, there is no way for them to stick to their thumbs or fists.
Instead of pulling nipples on mom’s nipple, I’m pulling nipples on a mushroom: See how far the baby can pull the mushroom’s nipple, and you’ll get an idea of how painful it may be for a mother. This is how 10 out of 100 babies will pull the mushroom nipples.
Discomfort caused by teething can be alleviated with the use of a teething ring: Teeth begin to grow in kids at the age of three months, but for the first six months, all they can do is suck. As a result, they begin to rub and tug on the mushroom.
Product Technical Details
|Dimensions||3.15 x 2.76 x 2.36 inches|
|Care instructions||Dishwasher Safe|
|Item Weight||0.917 ounces|
|Country of origin||China|
Product Q & A
What’s the best way to put the clip-on?
Wrap it around the mushroom teether’s stem, then thread the clip through the loop and pull.
Why is this not suggested for babies above the age of six months?
I believe it’s because of the way the mouth moves. It’s not that 6+ month-olds can’t or shouldn’t use it; it’s just that it’s designed for children aged 0 to 6. My 8-month-old daughter adores hers.
Is it possible to sterilize this mushroom teether in a sanitizer bag?
Yes, it is possible to sanitize it.