Yep, that packaging is 100% recyclable
I have been scared to order her toys off line, but when I heard great reviews from a friend who has a daughter who is tiny (just small for her age), I knew Addie needed this toy. As soon as it came, I washed it up well and handed it over to my tester in the back seat. I heard little clinks and huffs, and as I checked my mirror, I could see her wrapping her lips around the nubs that connect the green rings together. So sweet. Like mommy like baby: doing it her own way.
Her little hands can grasp the toy and there are many surfaces for her to try to help soothe her gums and keep her occupied for a long time (although she does take teething breaks for the press):
The teether is colorful, though not annoying or sex-based (blue vs pink), and keeps Addie’s attention, even when she’s not in the car (the ceiling fan will have competition!). As a mom, I love that it is made in the USA from 100% recycled milk containers that save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There are NO BPA, PVC, phthalates, or external coatings and it meets FDA food contact standards. (For those who have the luxury, the teether is dishwasher safe too.)
Having a daughter who will need to feel independent with her toys, and will be small for a while, having this toy to satisfy her visual and tactile senses for a time to come is great! Achondroplasia doesn’t mean you can’t play with other toys, but to have something that fits perfectly in tiny hands can make life pretty happy.
Up next… This awesome truck. Girls need to play, too!