When the teether was cleaned and ready for that baby, she shoved those green nubbies straight back towards where her molar gum things are and started to chew and massage her mouth like nobody was watching her.
its the perfect size for tiny fingers and the ridged orange part seems like it feels really good on her gums.
My kid is not so much of a fan of the orange gummy teething part, but like to bite on the white hard surface.
My 10 month old isn't very interested in it and sometimes will try to use it but gets discouraged because it's too big for both "bunny ears" to go in his mouth, so he gives up.
He sometimes sticks the green parts too far into his mouth and then he chokes.
She can't easily fit both of the green chew knobs in her mouth at once, and a single chew knob doesn't easily reach those two-year-old molars breaking through.
Is your baby teething? Then hop to the BUNNY teether. With dual nubs to soothe hard-to-reach molars, BUNNY teether is the safe, new way for babies to ease teething discomfort.