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    Does anyone know where you can buy baby toothbrushes? We had a set of 3 'teeth' things - from teething gum massager thing to the toothbrush but Kynan's munched the toothbrush to death now. We don't want to buy another full set just for the toothbrush - we saw one going for nearly $20 the other day... far too expensive for something that's going to be chewed up again in no time LOL. I had a look at the kids toothbrushes but they all seem like they'd be too big for his mouth??


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    I got Mackenzie a two pack from the supermarket for around $4.00. They have little clowns on the end with JoJo written on them from memory. I have one in our bathroom and one in hers so if she follows me in when I'm doing my teeth she can copy me. I grabbed a couple of extra packets and thru them in the cupboard because she tends to go thru them fairly quickly because she chews more than brushes.

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    Nikbrad, did you get those from the toothbrush section or the baby section?

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    I have always just bought the ones in the toothbrush section at Woolworths... they are a couple of dollars each.
    The first one Aidyn had was a stage 1 Oral B, and didn't seem too big.
    The next one we got him to replace that one is a Hi-5 one (don't know the brand) but the bristles on it are longer than the Oral B one, so maybe would be a bit big for Kynan's little mouth?

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    Thanks, Ambah. Will check out the Oral B ones!

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    Although Angel, I think I have seen some baby toothbrushes that have only a very small clump of bristles on them, so if you are comparing it to those types, then I guess it might seem big?

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    Hm, I spose I might just have to get the smallest one I can find and see how he goes with it. It'll probably be fine. His mouth just seems so tiny LOL.

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    Ijust buy mine from the supermarket.
    Alex loves to copy Kimberley clean hers when they are in the bath.

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    Thanks everyone!

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    You could also try a chemist - I have gotten them from both supermarkets (Coles) as well as chemists for Jacob.

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    Angel, I bought a baby one for Kenzie back when she was 6 months old and had her first two teeth - I think it was an Oral B one, it's lemon yellow and light blue with ducks on it...pretty sure it is a Stage 1 baby or something like that. But it's fine for Kenzie, I've used it for the last 6 months, it's got quite a few bristles on it but they are really super soft. I'm racking my brain thinking where I got it from - pretty sure it was just the local supermarket, as I think I got the boys new toothbrushes and saw the baby ones there as well.

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    I ended up getting him one from Woolies. A little colgate first brush which was hidden right down the bottom behind a dozen other brushes LOL.

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