Nanny to Mommy: Toogli #AmberTeethingNecklace Review {Spring into Green Giveaway Hop, Ends 3/17}



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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Toogli #AmberTeethingNecklace Review {Spring into Green Giveaway Hop, Ends 3/17}

Welcome to the Spring into Green Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering, Easy Green Mom and Brittleby’s Corner through the Green Moms Network! This March we want to help you Spring into Green by showcasing all the great green and eco-friendly products available! After entering my giveaway, be sure to hop around and enter all of the other giveaways listed on the linky at the bottom of this post for your chance to win great eco-friendly gear!
 
Be sure to enter the grand prize giveaway! One winner will receive a prize package from Nest Bedding, The Choosy Chick, Globe In and Greenair! Over $838 value! Enter here.

I received a complimentary product to share this review. All opinions are my own.

I am excited to offer one lucky Nanny to Mommy reader the chance to win a toogli cognac Baltic amber teething necklace, $30 value! Toogli Baltic amber is certified 44 million year old Baltic amber that gives your baby maximum relief from the pain, irritable moods, red faces, ear grabbing, uncontrollable drooling and crying that comes with teething. I have been a huge fan of Baltic amber to naturally reduce teething pain since my daughter was a baby.
Toogli's Baltic amber is independently lab tested for quality and authenticity.



And each necklace is double-knotted for safety, beautifully hand-crafted by experienced artisans then shipped to your door in an attractive pouch with jewelry box together including a certificate of authenticity and guarantee of satisfaction. Plus Toogli has a no-hassle, 100% money back, lifetime guarantee. If you ever decide you are not completely satisfied with your Toogli Baltic amber teething necklace, they will refund your money immediately, no questions asked and even cover the shipping both ways. How great is that! I love this teething necklace so much that I have included it in my Baby Shower Gift Guide. And I get to give one away! Entry is simple, just follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter below. Open to US only, must be 18+ to enter.

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45 comments:

  1. I use this little ice popsicles. My kids love them.

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  2. Chewing on a cold cloth helped my first son. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. We love teething necklaces...munching on cold carrots or homemade babyfood popsicles (age depending) work well too!!!

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  4. Right now we are just using cold waffles to gnaw on. My son is 7 months and he has two teeth so far!

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  5. We use cold ice pops and teething rings.

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  6. We use frozen breast milk "pops"! :)

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  7. I am actually currently pregnant with my 1st, due May 1st! I've been researching teething here and there and have heard a lot about amber being great for a teething baby.

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  8. I let her chew on teething rings!

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  9. We're still waiting for our little one to arrive, but my sister in law uses frozen fruit mesh teethers. The babies in the church nursery are often wearing these amber necklaces so I've heard they work well!

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  10. We've used amber necklaces with the grandchildren, as well as Hyland's teething tabs, which are wonderful!

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  11. I used frozen gel teething rings a lot. I want to try an amber necklace!

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  12. We haven't had many issues with teething, thank goodness. I do give teething rings, but my son doesn't use them much. I have considered amber but haven't taken the plunge yet. Winning would be awesome. Thanks!

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  13. I have these adorable oreo cookies that are teethers, and while they aren't natural, they sure do seem to help with teething!

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  14. We haven't started teething yet, so I would love to have this necklace.

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  15. Lots of nursing and teething tablets. would love to try a necklace! <3 Thank you!

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  16. I used Hyland's teething tablets.

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  17. I'm just learning about teething options!

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  18. Its for my nephew and right now they use traditional teething ring. These look so pretty they would love using them.

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  19. Jessica Haynes3/04/2015 11:37:00 AM

    We are planning to TTC soon, so we don't use anything yet. However, I'm all about trying out these amber teething necklaces!

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  20. Teething rings, teething biscuits

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  21. We use cool washcloths. I have tried teething rings and my kids never seemed to like them.

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  22. Those icy teethers always helped my children.

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  23. My mom always had us chew on the fat of her arm and I did the same with my boys. :D

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  24. I use an amber necklace for my son but my daughter doesn't have one yet. If I won this I might keep it or I might pass it on to one of my 2 BFF's who are both pregnant with their first.

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  25. I always used a cold wash cloth or teething toys for my daughter.

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  26. We are planning to use an amber necklace

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  27. Our baby is not quite there yet!

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  28. I use lavender oil to reduce the tension and help my baby get some sleep during teething.

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  29. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)3/13/2015 12:31:00 AM

    We always used iced or cold teething rings. I like the look of the teething beads and necklace.

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  30. Frozen wash cloths. We used an amber necklace with my first and it helped a lot. but usually a lot of nursing. babywearing. and chewing on stuff! teething necklaces work too!

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  31. We froze washcloths and let him play with them!! Worked out fabulous for two things!! Teething and cooling him down in the hot Summer!!

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  32. We use Hylands Teething Tablets when she is in a lot of pain and otherwise we use teethers that can be refridgerated.

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  33. usually we would have a cold cloth or something cold like ice pops to help with teething for my kids and my grandsons.

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  34. I probably nurse more often, and give them things to chew on!

    -Hannah Avery
    hannahardoinmx@sbcglobal.net

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  35. I use a tiny bit of diluted clove oil to numb the pain, or a cold washcloth to chew on.

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  36. I used to give my children a frozen wet washcloth to suck on

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  37. Popsicles are a hit in our house! or wash clothes are always good too :)

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  38. Sorry forgot to use full sentence. I use a cold rag that he chews on

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Diana