Nicholas is nearly 16 months old and has a mouth FULL of teeth. He’s had all of his teeth since he was 13 months old yet he still loves to bite and gnaw on his fingers. At least 5 times a day he comes over to me, grabs my hand and rams it in his mouth. Then he bites down. Hard. I know he does it partly to be funny–he laughs his crazy little laugh while he’s doing it–but he also does it because it soothes his gums. His canine teeth are about 80 percent in, but I think they still cause him some discomfort.
So when I heard about Cheeky Chompers’ Neckerchew (exclusively distributed by Kalencom), I was very interested in trying it.
The Neckerchew is a combination between a bib and a teething toy. It’s an adorable little neckerchief with a triangle perfect for chomping on. The Neckerchew is made of 3 layers of super soft and absorbent cotton and is reversible –it features a cute pattern on one side and a solid color on the other. It fastens easily: 2 snaps in the back make it easy to adjust the size. And the teething triangle is textured and firm (and BPA free!), making it irresistible for teethers.
Nicholas absolutely hates bibs and has for a while, so, while I had no doubt he’d love to chew on the teether, I was wondering if he’d actually keep it on or not. Well…he totally did! He loved it. I snapped it on and he didn’t fuss at all. I showed him what to do with the bottom and he immediately started chewing. Then he ran off to play. He kept it on all afternoon and every so often I’d see him grab the teether and stuff it in his mouth for a few minutes of chewing.
Nicholas still occasionally drools, so the Neckerchew was great for keeping his shirt dry too! If you have a teething baby, this is the perfect way to keep them dry and also let them chew without sacrificing style! It’s way cuter–and more functional– than a plain old bib!
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Disclaimer: I received one Neckerchew to review, however I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links.