Nanny to Mommy: Toddler Teething - AmberPieces Baltic Necklace #Review & #Giveaway



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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Toddler Teething - AmberPieces Baltic Necklace #Review & #Giveaway

AmberPieces Baltic Amber Teething Necklace Review


SweetPea has been getting her two year old molars, and although slobber and crying are super fun, I had to find another way to help her through this.

Infant Teething Schedule
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SweetPea's teeth have always come in pairs and her molars have been no different. And although I was sceptic of Baltic Amber Teething Necklaces in the past, I recently received the recent opportunity to let SweetPea try them out. So I figured I would give it another go.

Succinic acid is a naturally occurring component in amber that makes it so effective. Succinic acid is a natural pain reliever, anti-inflammatory, and a central nervous system calmer. It is so effective on babies and small children because it simultaneously eases their pain while also having a strong soothing effect on their nervous system – all with zero side effects!

The beads are meant to be worn against baby’s skin, not chewed, and are worn at a short length so that baby cannot easily grab and pull at the necklaces. The necklaces are meant to break if pulled too tight, to prevent choking, but beads are individually knotted so they don’t all fall from the necklace. While it’s recommended that children don’t wear them at night, a necklace can be wrapped around an ankle and covered with a sock to keep it warmed against baby’s skin, and still effective while they sleep.

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SweetPea loved wearing her necklace and I felt it truly did help. Plus, two Nanny to Mommy readers are fortunate enough to receive a Baltic Amber Teething Necklace from Amber Pieces to try for themselves! Just enter the Rafflecopter below. US only. All entries are verified but the only required entry is to comment on this post! :)

Amber Pieces Baltic Amber Teething Necklace Review and Giveaway




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Although I received free product from AmberPieces to provide this review and giveaway, all opinions are my own.

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36 comments:

  1. So true!


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  2. I am actually wanting to get this for my niece. I have heard wonderful things from my friends about teething necklaces.

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  3. Would love the chance to try one out!

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  4. I have been putting off buying one. I want to see if it works. My lil one has two teeth, so many more to go... thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. When my friend's toddler had their 2 y/o molars come in, he cried all the time. I'm concerned that the same will happen to my LO in just a couple months when her molars decide to break through, and I'd like to try something different and natural to help ease her pain.

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  6. I like natural products because I get nervous using medications like Orajel. In fact, my pediatrician has a notice on her wall about the dangers of teething ointments.

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  7. Thank you so much! I am hoping to win this for our little one that is due soon!

    Danielle

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  8. Teething sucks! And these necklaces are awesome I've heard!

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  9. That's a lovely necklace. Though your daughter is lovelier.

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  10. I'm really curious about these. Our 2 year old is going through the second molars as well - ugh. :)

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  11. I am a little skeptical... but would love to try it for myself and see if it works! I love taking herbs myself so I would like something natural for my kids as well!

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  12. Huge fan of baltic amber necklaces! Very helpful with teething.

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  13. I'd want a natural alternative because I dont trust plastics

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  14. A friend of mine had some for her daughter and highly recommended them. I would love to give this a try on my daughter and I like the idea that these are all natural.

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  15. I dont want my daughter exposed to all the chemicals in plastic and medicines

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  16. I love using alternative items and this is a great one!

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  17. Natural is usually safer.
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  18. I believe this teething option is healthier than the chemical - laden plastic options!!

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  19. wouldn't want to risk introducing baby to any possibly harmful chemicals and this is perfect to avoid that!

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  20. This would be great! I've heard success stories about amber, but haven't tried it yet. I'd much prefer this to Tylenol!

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  21. I wanted a non toxic way to help my little guy with teething. I swear by our amber necklace. He is currently getting 4 molars, and other than one day of fevers and upset, he has been happy!

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  22. I have heard great things about this.

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  23. I want this for my 2 year old daughter! I know she is going to get her 2 year molars soon and these would be a nice alterative to chemicals! Thanks.

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  24. I want to try this because I dont like to use chemicals on my children

    christine hammer weideman

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  25. I have 6 month teething twin daughters!! I have heard of amazing things !!!!

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  26. natural is so much more safer. thanks for the awesome giveaway

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  27. I don't like how orajel has addictive qualities and is easily overused.

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  28. Wonderful, safe, fashionable idea!

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  29. I due in 3 short weeks and would love this for my little one when she come

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  30. Natural is better and safer.

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  31. I seriously think these things work and would LOVE to win one! So much better than chemicals or other products out there!

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  32. Great give away - thanks so much for linking up at the Friday Baby Shower Alice xxx

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  33. I don't like the idea of having artificial chemicals, paints, etc. in a child's mouth - these are natural beautiful, too. Great idea.

    Angela Rhodes

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  34. I have never tried anything like this before and I am curious as to how it would work with my son.

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  35. this would actually be for my expectant daughter or daughter in law. Two babies this year

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Thanks!
♥,
Diana