The smallest member of the family is teething…oh yes… remember those days?
Not always the most pleasant thing to witness, we don’t generally want to see our children in pain, and teething is sadly one of those things where the baby/child is either;
- Coping well
- Coping bad
- Coping really bad or the one we all prefer,
- Suddenly just appearing to have a mouth full of teeth. 🙂
My first two children was nr 4. Didn’t seem to phase them at all, teething that is. They just suddenly had teeth. More then one in a row. I remember my daughter got four at a time! 😮 And she only had a couple of bad nights bless her, not as unlucky as her dear smaller brother who had a difficult time teething.
I’ve always been a firm believer in using things natural, so when I heard of using ‘Amber stone’ as a natural pain relief, I knew I had to investigate. 😀
My search took me to the Baltic Ocean believe it or not!
I’m going to put a quote up here from The Amber Artisans.
It’s just easier for all parts if I do that, instead of repeating lots of things and trying to make it my own words, when things are described so perfectly on their website. 🙂
What I can and will say though, is that for us, Amber teething necklace was a saver. And Henry couldn’t agree more! 🙂
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I buy our Amber teething necklaces from http://dinodaisy.co.uk/ She has lots of nice beautiful ones, she also sells nursing necklaces and so forth! Well worth a look!
Currently, the marketplace is flooded with fake amber! Read this article on how to spot fake amber and recognize real amber.
It is important that you buy from real amber artisans (like the one I buy from) and not fake ones as you have no idea, with a fake one, how the product has been processed or if it’s been treated with something iffy.
//Q: Have you ever used an amber teething necklace/bracelet/anklet?