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Teething remedies for Babies….. and Mums!!

When those little nashers start to come out your poor little sweet innocent delicious baby can turn into a crying, drooling, red-faced mess. I know all too well as both my girls really suffered. I searched the globe for solutions, as I hated seeing them in pain. I found a few old school remedies but also found some great products. Read below for my top tips to survive the teething days!

Rub their gums

You can simply rub a clean finger over your baby’s sore gums, or use a damp washcloth to massage your baby’s gums. The pressure can ease your baby’s pain and creates a bonding moment for the two of you!

Teething Aids

We swear by two items: Brushies & Mouthie Mitten 

Mouthie Mitten

The un-droppable Mouthie Mitt! Made with food grade silicone, BPA and Phthalate free, the mitten is both convenient for parents and fun for babies.  Give your little one the gift of self-managing teething relief and yourself the gift of free hands! Click here for more details


Brushies main aim is a toothbrush but I have found this is one of the most convenient teethers I have used. Brushies are devoted and passionate about improving the overall health of children and their families. Making brushing your teeth fun!  Click here for more details.

Give them a teething ring

Try one made of firm rubber and put it in the fridge (not freezer) for a bit. (Be careful with the liquid-filled variety as they might break under the pressure of your baby’s chewing.) There are varieties available so search the web.

Keep it old Natural – Ashton & Parsons

Ashton & Parsons infants powders contains tincture of Matricaria which is extracted from German chamomile flower heads. It helps to relieve the symptoms associated with teething pain such as sore and tender gums, flushed cheeks and dribbling. Click on the link for more details: http://www.boots.com/ashton-and-parsons-infants-powders-20-sachets-10006332

Pain Relief Medication

Other options include sugar-free teething gels, teething tablets, and age-appropriate pain relievers.