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    Default Recommendations on where to get teething necklace??

    was just hoping for some recommendations on where I can get one and what type of teething necklace for my DD? Hopefully someone participating in the GDUNH that is offering discount!


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    Kell- Inspired by finn is a US based site that sells them really reasonably. Mine didn't come from there, but lots of girls get them from there and say they are great.

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    Hopefully someone participating in the GDUNH that is offering discount!
    GDUNH.... ?? please explain for a dummy...


    I brought DD an amber teething necklace there was another thread i'll find and post the link if i can work it out. Several were recommended. Amberbebe, sunshine and lollipops. Ebay.

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    GDUNH is an online scavanger hunt thing.

    Kellie I got ours from amber bebe I think?! You could have got one from the coast when you were down there is a shop in burliegh that sell them bummer!

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    I got ours from Inspired by Finn.

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    thanks everyone - can anyone advise if the round ones are better than the chips one.. or vice versa? I would have thought the round ones were better for a baby as it wouldnt irritate their skin???

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    We have roundish ones. I think perhaps round might not dig in so much, I just saw another thread about chips digging in a bit - probably wouldn't bother an adult, but might bother a child.

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