Any teethers out there that freeze??

(6 Posts)
helsybells Fri 08-Mar-13 18:08:53

My LO much prefers her fridge cooled teethers but I can't help thinking a freezable one might be even better but it seems nearly all of the usual one can only go in the fridge and seem to warm up in minutes.

I have seen threads about freezing cloths etc but wonder if there's anything a bit more chunky we could find.

ZuleikaD Sat 09-Mar-13 06:18:56

A frozen flannel can work well, or we used to swear by bread lollies (this is only for a weaned baby, obv) - sticks of bread straight from the freezer. They get something to eat at the same time as soothing their gums.

ItsAboutToGetMessy Sat 09-Mar-13 19:04:16

Frozen cucumber sticks have been a godsend in my house!

Nevercan Sat 09-Mar-13 19:50:51

Celery or carrot sticks smile

FeckOffCup Sat 09-Mar-13 22:52:14

Frozen apple slices are good too.

Truffkin Sat 09-Mar-13 22:55:43

Watermelon, banana etc are great frozen. Melon especially good as so much water means they freeze really well.

If you want an actual teether, Nuby do one that looks like a set of keys called 'Icybite' that can be frozen.

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