Day #3 Jane Necklace by Chewbeads

Moms of teething babies: you’ve probably noticed that it’s almost impossible to wear jewelry. Babies in the 4-12m age range are experts at yanking, chewing, biting, grabbing, and taste-testing everything in their reach.

Instead of giving up on pretty accessories altogether, consider the options at Chewbeads. The Jane Teething Necklace is made up of 100% silicone beads. No BPA, phthalates, cadmium, lead, or metals. The individual beads are squishy and soft so they feel good on baby’s teeth, but they actually look more like wood (very artsy – like something you might buy off etsy).

I wear my necklace quite often and it’s a great distraction for my little one’s hands and mouth when we’re out in a crowded place. Unlike other teethers, she can’t toss it on the ground because it’s securely around my neck.

The only downside is that my hair sometimes gets stuck in between the beads – ouch! Probably safest to wear this necklace when my hair is up. ;)

The Jane Necklace retails for approximately $29.50 and comes in 18 colors.


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  • jennifer

    Good looking product- I have a necklace with a chewy charm. Bought it after I realized that my ds broke mine chewing it on the way home from Korea- glad he didnt choke on it. We used to love frozen washcloths

  • Crunchy Con Mommy

    Ice cream is my favorite remedy for babies old enough for it. Nothing numbs the gums and improves moods like frozen milk and sugar, lol. (I try to get the all-natural kind with no gross ingredients in it, and I find it improves my mood and my patience for grumpy tiny people too!) Before that point, damp washcloths seemed to provide the most relief for my son!

  • Christy

    What a cute teething necklace.

    Why my daughter was teething I gave her lots of semi-frozen fruit to help her.

  • Ashley

    I’ve seen several products like this, but haven’t tried one yet…my youngest is 8 months old right now…it would be the optimal time! :0)

  • sara

    Not much! I wish we had necklaces like these, or maybe we did and I was just sleep deprived and clueless!

  • Carol

    Not much at all unless you count letting her bite me!

  • Ginger G.

    placing a damp cloth in the freezer and letting it get cold, but not too firm for baby to chew on : )

  • Jessica O

    Frozen washcloth worked great for us and frozen french fries!

    • bella

      Frozen lemon pops are great

  • Caroline

    frozen celery

  • ashley white

    we use a chewbeads bracelet + an amber teething necklace. she also loves chomping on crushed ice :)

  • Heidi Daily

    Let him chew on my finger or something cold

  • Ruth

    My first baby hasn’t started teething yet, so I’m not sure!

  • Megan L

    We have used frozen wash cloths, sofie the giraffe was always a big hit too. When the kids were a little older we used frozen twizzlers!

  • Debra

    Let him chew on (almost) anything he decides is soothing. . .

  • Amy Rouse

    put a spoon in the freezer, let them suck on it.

  • Cassandra

    I have heard nothing but great things about these necklaces!

    We just recently starting teething. We use the cold washcloth.

  • Ashley Farnham

    Let them chew on a frozen washcloth or my clean fingers

  • Jeanette P

    Frozen washcloth and gum massage. Nothing else really works.

  • Maggie

    Wet washcloth!

  • Staci A

    We have a soft cotton teether that we keep cold for our little guy.

  • Amelia B

    These are the best! I have the purple bracelet and my little guy (7 mos) loves it! We also use hylands teething tabs and camilla(sp?) when he’s really fussy.

  • Meg

    Our daughter likes to chew on a cold washcloth!

  • Brandy

    I really don’t do anything…

  • Mayla M

    My son thinks that chewing on our end table is a good way to teeth, I happen to disagree.

  • Meghan

    My daughter has been liking wet washcloths… I haven’t tried freezing one yet.

  • Tiffany Holtzinger

    Frozen washcloth

  • Nikole H.

    We do the chilled teethers occasionally, but I think our baltic amber is working because we’ve yet to have any major issues — knock on wood!

  • Danielle

    He usually chews on my finger or sometimes I use humpfreys teething strips.

  • Nicole T

    Right now my 8-month-old is cutting all 4 of his top teeth. He really likes his Sophie the giraffe and he’s definitely all about cuddling lately!

  • Lindsey van Niekerk

    Well…I haven’t had this experience yet…but would love to give these to one of my preggie friends…it’s her first baby and she is definitely a fashion girl…so she would appreciate these for sure!

  • Brittany F

    We use the mesh feeders with something cold/frozen in them.

  • Lisa

    I like to give my little girl frozen bagels when she’s teething.

  • Meghan

    INot much works for my son. He doesnt see the appeal of most teethers, including Sophie. Id love to try chewbeads.

  • Melanie

    These necklaces are super cute! I know my daughter will LOVE chewing on this necklace instead of just the standard frozen toys.

  • Laura Dover

    After 4 children I still haven’t found anything that is awesome. The razberry tether is good, but way to big. Baby #5 will make his debut in just five days and I would love to have one of these this time around!! Thanks for the chance.

  • Monica

    My LO loves chewbeads!!!

  • mallory

    For some reason, my son likes to chew on hard things…mostly wood. These necklaces are so cute. My mom got me the “Hudson” necklace because that’s my son’s name. He LOVES it:)

  • MM8

    Love Chewbeads for teething baby. I also love freezing yogurt in ice cube trays and throwing them in a mesh feeder. My kiddos always love those!

  • Jossie Garcia

    Thus far, we have been lucky. Liam is a champ when it comes to teething, but when he needs a little extra help we use our Waverly Chewbeads, Sophie the Giraffe, or a frozen teether!! He LOVES them all. :D

  • Mallory T

    Usually a cold teething toy, but luckily we haven’t had to deal with that much since her amber teething necklace works so well.

  • amy

    anything cold in the mesh feeder, right now she likes celery.

  • Iisha B

    Love my Chewbeads but yes the necklace does pull those neck hairs – ouch!

  • Ashley G

    I bought a necklace and braclet in DC while on vacation — my six month old son LOVES them! Especially now that he is really teething!

  • Kelly

    I am pregnant with my first child so I haven’t experienced teething yet…but hoping to receive chewbeads at my baby shower (friends and family know I want some bad lol) !!!

  • Julie

    I have a stash of teethers in my fridge!

  • Chrisann

    I LOVE Chewbeads. I was just thinking the other day about how gross it is if you really think about it and yet, I’m so addicted to them. I just bought two new ones yesterday! They’re so cute and functional and my little man LOVES them!

  • Natalie Crosby

    We put our teethers in the fridge so they’re perfect temp for sore gums!

  • Whitney

    I absolutely LOVE Chewbeads! Would love to win this necklace; thanks for the chance with this giveaway :)

  • Mandy

    We love chewbeads!!

  • Amber Johnson

    Frozen washcloths and infant tylenol

  • Kasi

    I asked for a chewbeads necklace for christmas… hope i get one!

  • Courtney

    None of the gimicks seemed to work so I had to go with distractions!!

  • Brittany

    I have one of those “munch bags” that i put frozen grapes in for him to bite on, but the chew beads would be great to wear to church to give him something to chew on. I feel like I can’t wear any jewelry these days since it all goes in his mouth. He’s almost 1 and still no teeth!

  • Vanessa

    We live and swear (well not literally) by our Amber Teething Necklaces! They make all the difference in the world!

  • Cassandra Eastman

    Right now my daughter likes chewing on frozen teething toys, she also has a amber teething necklace that I think helps a lot!

  • Anna

    So excited to read about this necklace. I wear my daughter in the Moby wrap all the time. She is constantly grabbing at my silver (not baby friendly) jewelry and trying to put it in her mouth. I walk around the store trying to trade my necklace for a teething toy. These necklaces would make teething easier on both of us!

  • Sarah Johnson

    We use a banana brush, ice in a wash cloth, and hylands teething tablets at night.

  • joD

    I rub my little guys gums with a really clean finger to help soothe his discomfort. Sometimes a frozen washcloth works well.

    Thanks for pointing out that your hair gets caught. I am looking for teething jewelry & have long hair. This necklace is really cute and will be perfect when wearing up-dos and my everyday ponytail.

  • Kristen

    My babies just wanted to nurse more. So they did… And luckily for me, very few bites ;)

  • amy pugmire

    I usually put numbing medicine one it.

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  • Amy

    I feel like we try everything- teethers, cold teethers, orajel, tylenol!

  • Jamie

    My little one hasn’t teethed yet, so this is an experience we haven’t tackled yet. This would be a great tool to combat teething when it comes up!

  • Katie Reich

    my six month old just started teething! these would be great!

  • naomi c

    havent hit teething yet… ahhh!

  • Anne N.

    I give her a frozen spoon from the freezer.

  • Bety

    Awesome necklace!

  • lace

    frozen washcloth and amber necklace.

  • Krista

    I use Hyland’s teething tablets.
    I wonder if these beads would be distracting enough while nursing… I have one that arches her back and pulls so much it hurts. :(

  • Arietta Holloway

    My lo just started and seems to like chewing on a wet washcloth.

  • Victoria

    I think frozen washcloths are magic, but this would be so handy out and about, since you can’t very well carry around a cooler full of frozen washcloths!

  • Tina Seagraves

    numbing medicine & wet wash cloth

  • latanya

    sophie the giraffe

  • Dana

    orajel but i want to try something like this

  • Joy

    I rub clove bud oil diluted in olive oil on my baby’s gums–it helps numb the gums, and is totally natural to boot! That seems to work well. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Jenni Ascher

    she wears an amber teething necklace and chews on a starbright baby giraffe!

  • Lauren Simms

    Boiron Camillia works every time for us

  • Cassie

    I had a teething bling necklace that my baby & I both LOVED but I LOST it!!!

  • Maria Kiguthi

    It has been so long since I went thru this. But I remember wet cloths for chewing.

  • Kaci Guisinger Harrison

    Orajel and a cold teether.

  • Stephanie Larison

    Frozen waffle

  • meegan whitford

    this would be great for my sister who just had a baby for my nephew he liked chewing on frozen wash cloths and the only teether he liked was on that vibrated

  • Ashley Morrissey

    A cold carrot!

  • simone t

    Mati loves her chewbeads! Frozen ice cudes of homemade baby food in those gerber pouches works wonders as well!

  • Sarah

    Frozen breastmilk in mesh feeders!

  • jes

    this would come in so handy with our little baby coming in February! I hope I win…otherwise I’ll have to buy one!

  • Megan

    Guess frozen wash clothes are a hit, I use them too

  • Heather

    Even with all the toys and teething products out there, he always prefers to chew on my fingers. :)

  • Allie

    Clove Oil.

  • kristy

    I massage her gums

  • Angie J

    Baby Orajel – it’s a lifesaver!

  • Wendi S

    I usually use a damp cold rag. so he can chew it.

  • bradley howard

    massage the gums and cold ice

  • Rich Hicks

    chill their teethers

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  • Sarah

    What a cool idea! I think the necklace looks good anyway…I might wear it even if I didn”t need it for a teether.

  • Stephanie

    A semi-frozen teething ring!

  • Laura

    My son is only 2 months old right now, but i am anticipating the difficult teething days. Would love to win these pretty beads!

  • kathy pease

    we always used orajel or gently rubbed their gums with a cold soft cloth

  • Charlene

    Cold wash cloth :)

  • Tonya E Hopkins

    Frozen wash cloth or Origel

  • Melissa

    My daughter is 5 months old and this would be awesome for her! It is so stylish and I love the fact that I don’t have to worry about what jewelry of mine she is putting into her mouth!