Organic Baby Comforters & Teething Toys UK
New Additions’ range of organic baby comforters and baby teething toys are the ideal solution for teething troubles and cuddly comfort!
Teething is an essential process in every newborn's development that involves your baby’s first set of teeth coming through their gums. From their first few months of age through to their first year, your baby will want to chew and gnaw on everything they find. The best solution to this is to introduce baby teething toys into their routine. This not only provides relief to emerging teeth but aids in their development by laying down the brickwork needed to transform their incomprehensible grunts, babbles, and yells into sophisticated speech.
But that’s not all, we offer a stunningly unique range you can choose to suit your baby's style from bunny silicone teethers and new muslin companions, animal-inspired crochet rings, and natural Beechwood wooden rattles, all bound to entertain any baby and soothe those sore gums and drooling mouths. Our super-soft organic baby comforters are composed of 100% muslin cotton which is exquisitely soothing on the skin and makes for the perfect newborn baby gift that will become your little one’s new companion and accompany them for nap time, trips out, and more!
Our team just love to talk about wooden rattles, teethers, and comforters so if you have any further questions regarding our line of organic baby comforters and baby teething toys built with that extra level of care, do not hesitate to get in touch with the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise.
Baby teething toys can be constructed from rubber or plastic but having organic teething toys made of wood that are round in shape to encourage easy gripping is not only better for the environment by encouraging sustainability, but just better for your baby in general by being free of nasty additives such as BPA you might find in plastics. Having organic baby comforters will benefit your baby because the purely organic 100% muslin cotton material plays well against your baby's skin and makes for a more pleasant experience than the synthetic counterparts you may find elsewhere.
Baby teething toys can come in different shapes, colours, textures and sizes all depending on a child's interests. One of the handiest toys to give your little one is our line of baby rattle toys. Our wooden rattles have a beautiful sleek natural design that will promote hand-eye coordination in your baby, teaching them to differentiate between shapes, sizes, and textures along the way and engaging all the senses.
Because our mission, besides providing for your baby, is reducing the carbon footprint humans leave on the planet, we ensure that all our baby rattle toys are made exclusively from crack-resistant Beechwood. Beechwood is an obvious green choice because the wood itself is extremely durable and perfect for longevity. The wooden rattle can be maintained using food-safe oil such as coconut oil to restore and keep from cracking. This ensures that your child’s wooden rattle will last a very long time, reducing the waste that would have been made by constantly having to replace the synthetic counterparts.
In Europe in the German forests, beech is one of the most important deciduous trees that accounts for a large section of the tree population. Every grain that goes into our wooden rattles will make every one of them unique due to the beechwoods excellent elastic properties, firm and durable frame, and environmental balance just as good as native wood.
The natural nature of the beechwood in our baby rattle toys is perfect for your little one to explore the different textures and easy to chew on and relieve those sore gums. If you take a look at the wooden rattles we sell, you’ll be able to see why they are some of the most sustainable baby rattle toys on the market.
Crochet Teething Toys
Once you can tell your baby has started the teething sequence, a good way to placate them is the introduction of baby teething toys into their daily activity. The New Additions line of organic teething toys are a perfect mix of textures for teething babies. The silicone helps massage and soothe their sore gums, whilst the hardness of the Beechwood helps relieve pressure and helps budding teeth pop through, all in the service of relieving discomfort. Your newborn will just love the light pressure on their tender gums that crochet teething rings can provide.
Not only that, but the big and beautiful bulky yarn crochet patterns with their dynamic colour schemes come with the added benefit of soothing your child. The cool calming colours will make them associate teething time with fun time, and the soft textures of the handspun crochet will play well with their skin without irritating them.
Products such as the crochet teething ring are exemplary of the very best New Additions has to offer, coming in their own soft cotton bag to store away, soft silicone beads, and being available in a wide variety of cute, baby-friendly designs and colours. Check out what baby teething toys New Additions has in-store today.
Personalised Muslin Comforters
Our organic baby comforters are handmade with love, using double gauze muslin cotton, perfect for the newest skins. They have a stuffed head and pointy ears, perfect for little hands to hold and make a great chew toy for when your baby starts teething. This baby comforter will become their new companion and will accompany your child for nap time, trips out, and more.
The New Additions line of muslin comforters are available in 4 sleek and gorgeous designs to emphasise the variety of which your baby prefers, and the muslin is there to soak away all that dribble your little one may make whilst they are sleeping. Not only that, your particular muslin comforter can be personalised with your newborn’s name, so that they will always be able to identify it and keep hold of it forever.
Muslin is the ideal choice for baby comforter toys as the purely organic cotton plays well against your baby's skin and makes for a more pleasant experience than the synthetic counterparts you may find elsewhere, which tend to cause discomfort and irritation and leave a skin rash behind on your baby. If you want to see what our baby comforter toys can do for your baby, check them out for yourself.
We don’t just Stock Organic Teething Toys…
Whilst our organic baby comforters and baby teething toys have you covered whilst your little one is going through the growing pains of the teething process, we also have a wide range of other essential baby gear available. We have a delightful range of cellular organic blankets that will allow you to snuggle your little one down at night allowing them to feel comforted and safe. If you require reliable storage units for your baby paraphernalia, our baby changing bags can help to ensure you’re stocked with supplies for any eventuality you come across on trips and elsewhere. Finally, we have an endless supply of eco-friendly baby toys that are a superb mixture of fun and fundamentals to both fine motor skills in your new addition whilst providing them with endless entertainment.
The team at New Additions could spend all day talking about our organic teething toys and baby comforters so if you have any other queries regarding our line of baby comforters built with that extra level of care or how to make use of your wooden rattles, what crochet teething ring might best suit your baby, or any teething related questions, do not hesitate to reach out and holler at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise and will offer a guiding light when we can.
Baby Comforter FAQs
What is a baby teether?
Teething is an essential process in every newborn's development that involves your newborns first set of teeth coming through their gums. From their first few months of age through to their first year, your babies will often be teething.
Are teethers good for babies?
The teething procedure isn’t exactly what you would call a pleasant experience for a baby - which is why teethers can help relieve the intense sensation of teething. This not only uplifts your little one's overall mood but can result in some developmental perks. That’s right, teethers don’t just provide relief to emerging teeth!
How do you use a teether for a baby?
Babies love to chew and gnaw on everything they find as their teeth come through their delicate gums. Your best bet to ensure that they can safely have something to bite on is to introduce the teether into their daily routine once they reach the appropriate age.
Once you incorporate one of our venerable teethers into their daily routine the teether will become their preferred method of teething and they will insist on only using the teether you approved for teething. This is because you can leave an impressionable imprint on them that subconsciously tells them to only use the teether for chewing. Teething with only the approved teether will become second nature to them! This is great as it discourages them from attempting to put unsavoury and more dangerous objects in their mouth to chew on.
When should I let my baby use a teether?
By all accounts, experts are in unison of agreement that a teether should ideally be introduced to your baby at around 4 to 6 months of age. Primarily as teethers are here to help with emerging teeth coming through the gums, you want to be on the lookout for the first signs of teeth coming through.
Your baby would have started the teething process by at least 6 months of age, but it’s always important to be on the lookout for signs of teething as you don’t want them to develop any nasty habits because you were unprepared. Every baby is different and sometimes teeth can emerge with no pain so look out for:
If your baby is showing any of these symptoms it’s best to start investing in a teether so you can be prepared for when the teething process begins. Our New Additions teethers are a budding mixture of the perfect textures and the ideal grip size that allows your baby to both play and safely have something to chew on.
If you want to hear more about our baby teethers, and what signs to look out for when it comes to baby’s teething, do not hesitate to contact the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise!
Who invented the teether?
Teething has been such a longstanding conundrum to combat in the history of medicine that even the ancient Greek Father of Medicine Hippocrates wrote about it. Up until the late 19th century, teething was cited as a leading cause of infantile problems by various quack sciences that trumpeted various syrups and remedies.
It wasn’t until the modern ingenuity of the early 1900s that the simple craftsmanship of the teether emerged to offer a solution to this age-old affliction. Thanks to that little eureka moment, the teething industry flourished, and we now can offer this safe solution to teething.
New Addition teethers are guaranteed to keep your little one happy while their budding teeth are coming through their delicate gums, and all that whining and crying, as well as their plentiful endeavours to gnaw on anything and everything, is put to rest.
If you want to hear more about our baby teethers, or a more extensive encyclopaedia on the history of teethers, do not hesitate to contact the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise!
What age can a baby have a comforter?
Most experts within the industry would recommend that you can introduce a comforter to your baby from the age of 6 months and upwards. Regardless of this, you should still allow your baby to sleep in a clear cot for the first 12 months of your baby's life. Using the comforter to lull them into sleep and then removing it once they have dozed off. This is purely for safety reasons to prevent any accidents that can happen when your baby is sleeping.
You should also stick to just 1 washable comforter (always having a spare) and give it to your little one at each nap and bedtime. A comforter can also be a great support when trying to wean your newborn off their dummy.
If you have any further questions regarding our line of muslin comforters built with that extra level of care you won’t find anywhere else, do not hesitate to get in touch with the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise!
How do you use a baby comforter?
Made from 100% Muslin Cotton, our baby bunny comforters are super soft and perfectly delicate for your baby’s soft skin. They are a portable best friend that provides your baby with a sense of security and comfort. Baby comforters act as a sign of cognitive development that your baby is growing in confidence, a sense of identity and independence.
The best way to use the baby comforter is to introduce it regularly during your baby's nap time to implement it into sleep association. Our baby comforters are handmade with love, using double gauze muslin cotton, perfect for the newest skins. They have a stuffed head and pointy ears, perfect for little hands to hold and make a great chew toy for when your baby starts teething. This baby comforter will become their new companion and will accompany your child for nap time, trips out, and more!
If you have any further questions regarding our line of baby comforters built with that extra level of care you won’t find anywhere else or need further instructions on how to make use of your baby comforter, do not hesitate to get in touch with the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise!
How do you clean a wooden rattle?
At New Additions to clean your wooden rattle we recommend oiling your wooden rattle with a natural oil such as coconut oil to stop the beechwood from drying out. You want to use a gentle cleanser on wooden rattles so anything from a simple vinegar and water solution, a mild, environmentally friendly dish soap, and some warm water, or your favourite non-toxic multi-purpose cleaner, diluted with water, should do the trick.
Develop a game plan for cleaning and sanitizing rattles to reduce the spreading of germs, especially if there are other babies around who might want to put the toy in their mouth. Keep sanitizing wipes on you in case the toy falls on the floor and wash the rattles regularly. Many toys can also be placed on the top rack of the dishwasher.
Remember, it’s always best to discard your wooden rattle when you start to see the first sign of wear and tear.
To learn more about what you can do to keep your wooden rattle in top-notch condition, do not hesitate to get in touch with the staff at New Additions; we are more than happy to help you out with our expertise!