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Where can I get a rubber teething ring???

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lynniep Fri 29-Jun-07 17:16:37

Just a plain rubber ring. its maddening. I can get all manner of shapes and widgets with keys and bobbles and lumps and so on, but what he really needs is just a ring to chew on that is ok for him to grasp on his own at 4 months.
Unfortunately the one he has and likes to chew is part of a huge link up affair full of jingly beads and wotnot and is too huge heavy for him to hold (which means I have to help). He doesnt like those plastic things full of liquid (or plastic rings/things in general)
can anyone help?

lancarra Fri 29-Jun-07 20:12:21

I used to have a really good one from Galt it was yellow rubber ball shaped with fingers sticking out(like a mine!)sorry that sounds a bit weird, but it was good I don't know if they make them still?

TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:13:34

any good?

TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:14:34

few good ones in these

TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:15:52


TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:16:31

might be good

skirmish Fri 29-Jun-07 20:18:09

early learning centre do some good ones that link together

skirmish Fri 29-Jun-07 20:19:49

says it's a rattle but have soft bits to chew etc

bozza Fri 29-Jun-07 20:20:25


TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:22:54

wont lose the middle one

TrinityRhino Fri 29-Jun-07 20:27:34

quite alot here that may be ok

lynniep Sat 30-Jun-07 10:06:44

Ha ha Trinity thanks for all your sugestions. and the ivory one - eeeyww indeed! Had a look on ebay and amazon already but there isnt anything I want. He doesnt like liquid filled or plastic - just spits it out. The only think he seems to like is rubber. I think the nearest I'm going to get is something liek the MAM twister teether - but apparently thats from 8 months The rings on that are kind of what I want, but just one ring. He doesnt need all the paraphernalia that they seem to come with I might get it anyway - hopefully it won't be too big too fit in his mouth!

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