*Prize Draw* Nuby Teething Bundle

Giveaway numberΒ 2 from our friends at Nuby is one for those who’s got little teethy coming through.

I’m a bit sad my babies are growing up but I most certainly don’t miss the teething stage! I’m hoping that this giveaway will bring a little comfort to someone who’s suffering with little teeth on the way!

Nuby Teething Bundle

You will get your hands on the following:

  • Squeeze n Squeak
  • Teething Blanket
  • Flip Flop teether book
  • Safari Chimes

A gorgeous bundle which would also make a lovely gift for a mum to be.

If you want to win, simply follow the steps below! Good luck all πŸ™‚

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  • emma walters

    freezing food treats to suck & bite helps numb the gums

  • anthony harrington

    a gel ring in the freezer

  • Tracy K Nixon

    Baby Bonjela is also great if kept cool in the fridge!

  • ashleigh allan

    teething powders are great!

  • Kay Panayi

    Teething gel is fab x

  • Adrian Clarke

    I think the teething granules are best as my babies actually opened their mouths for these!

  • crazyvicky

    my first son was great with teething granules, but also bongela gel. but during the days cold fridge raw carrot is also good.

  • Samantha Ripley

    refrigerated veg and fruit to chew on

  • Louise Fairweather

    Use teething gel

  • Susie Wilkinson

    Give them cold veg to ‘nag’ on, like carrots

  • buchanl

    Teething gel rubbed on the gums

  • Olivia Kirby

    teething gel and jewellery is good

  • lynn savage

    Baby bonjela is the best

  • Abigail Edkins

    teething granules and lots of chewy toys

  • kim neville

    Nelsons teething granules and bonjela

  • Christy Golding

    lots of cuddles and teething gel

  • LifeWithAsd

    frozen carrot sticks and anbesol liquid

  • sam cornford

    Ashton and Parsons teething granules.

  • lots of good chewy toys .x

  • Rebecca Phillips

    putting a teething ring in the freezer or letting them chew a cold, wet facecloth

  • Leanne Bell

    A chilled teething ring/toy.

  • Keri Jones

    Give them nurofen before bed- it should ease the swelling and help your child get a good nights sleep

  • Victoria MyLittleLBlog

    bonjela or chewy toys

  • Lucy M

    Change bibs frequently – life is even more miserable if they get a teething rash!

  • Jo Glasspool

    put a bit of calgel on a toothbrush and let them chew

  • Jen Russon

    Putting teethers in the freezer, or letting them chomp on a cold carrot! Sounds odd, but helped my little boy

  • debbie godbolt

    lots of cold drinks, plenty of nappy barrier cream as they get more nappy rash when teething and also those amber ankle bracelets seem to work well x

  • Kirstin Lydon

    Put some liquid-filled teething rings in the fridge. The coldness will soothe the baby’s gums.

  • Sallyanne Gooch

    A cold flannel

  • winnie

    teething gel and lots of love

  • amyjbeckett

    lots of chew toys and for puppies a frozen towel

  • sbroadley

    cold teethers and gel

  • Zoe Goulding

    Teething Granules worked wonders for my children

  • claire haskins

    teething granules and calpol!

  • TracyJo

    Bonjela and teething rings, always have some handy x

  • Claire Scott

    Calpol, teething rings, bonjella and LOTS of cuddles and tissues for the drool lol

  • Hilda Hazel Wright

    Some soothing gel to rub on and a supply of cool teethers in the fridge!

  • Katie Louise Witherington

    cool teething rings and teething granules I found helped

  • Laura Harding

    Teething granules x

  • lesley182

    Refrigerated carrot sticks to chew on works for us!

  • Keshia Esgate

    teething granules

  • Christina Curtis

    Chilled teething rings!

  • Zainab Hassan

    Teething granules

  • Linda Bilson

    Cooled teethers, lots of cuddles and patience!

  • Ruth Shaw

    My friend had her little one yesterday, this would be a lovely present for her!

  • Rosalind Blight

    I am very lucky and neither of my girls have ever suffered with teething, however I am sure this set will be perfect for my new niece or nephew

  • Jill Webb

    Chilled teething rings and cold cucumber or melon

  • hannonle

    dribble bibs and several of them to stop you having to change tops throughout the day,

  • Samantha Jayne Mason

    10 months and still not teething, so not sure!

  • Alexandra Dixon-Mersh

    Bonjela and teethers which have been in the fridge a few hours

  • Denise

    put teethers in the fridge so they can soothe sore gums

  • Lola

    Amber!! I’m not sure if it really works, but my eldest has 18 teeth and the only problem we’ve had is nasty nappies!

  • Victoria Gooch

    Amber bracelets. They work for my niece.

  • Kat Lucas

    Frozen juice or water popcicles

  • Janine Phillips

    My granddaughter wore amber earrings

  • krissie

    a cold teether (kris)

  • Katie Walters

    Cold fruit like melon

  • MrRichTea

    Teething Granules πŸ™‚

  • esme mccrubb

    teething powders and a frozen facecloth

  • Rachael w

    Lots if great teething toys?!

  • tracy newton

    Teething powders and ice pops

  • Victoria_CosmeticCravings

    Calpol and frozen carrot sticks!

  • Candise Moore

    My top tip is frozen strawberries!

  • Lisa Wilkinson

    Teething granules and calpol

  • katie irving

    tie a knot in a muslin, slightly wet the knot and then freeze it then give to baby to chew

  • Plastig Ffantastig

    ice pops

  • Jess Howliston

    Calpol, a damp/cold muslin cloth to chew on, and frozen bananas!

  • Solange

    Teething Granules

  • Jo Carroll

    Being very careful a little sucker on a cold milky lolly always soothes my little’un

  • Kay Lou Smith

    Put teething toys in the fridge πŸ™‚

  • lottiesaurus

    Cold ice lollies using the nuby lolly makers are amazing

  • lottiesaurus

    Frozen grapes!

  • Barbara Handley

    Teething blanket to chew on.

  • Leigh Marea Boyle

    teething blanket

  • isabelle smith

    COLD FRUIT

  • Sofia Ramos

    cold carrot sticks

  • Vicky Williams

    cold fruit or veg sticks

  • Clint Howat

    cold fruit

  • IRENE BOLTON

    Cold teething toys and Calpol.

  • Gary

    Something cold to numb.

  • Laura Cooper

    Lots of cuddles

  • leanne williams

    Lots of cuddles

  • Sarah Lewis

    Frozen grapes

  • LadyChelington

    teething rings and bonjela

  • Diana

    Lots of cuddles

  • sarahfleck

    cold teething toys and gel.

  • Corinne Peat

    Teething powders and lots of cuddles.

  • Lisa

    Teething powders

  • Sheena-jade wilson

    Nelsons teething powder

  • gabriela olszewska

    Cold teething toys

  • Jennifer Rhymer

    Cold teething rings, ice pops, calpol & lots of cuddles

  • Megan Adams

    Sophie la Giraffe!

  • Monika Suchonska

    keep the teething toys in the fridge ,

  • Kristy Leanne Brown

    carrot sticks placed in the freezer

  • Kathryn S

    Teething powders

  • Jamie

    Put Fav toy in the fridge πŸ™‚

  • Amber teething necklaces, godsend!

  • Jane Middleton

    Teething powders

  • Melanie McNair

    Teething necklace

  • Nicki Evans

    Give them something cold to chew on.

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  • Susan Pringle

    give them a cold cloth to suck on

  • Martina Pichova

    Cool cucumber pieces

  • Emma Falvi

    teething necklace

  • Tamsin Jane Dean

    cold carrot sticks

  • Jo-Anne Holton

    teething powder, cant remember name of it ashton and something, a natural thing!!

  • spearce

    bonjela and cooling rings x

  • kasia

    Cold teething toys

  • Alexandra Blue

    frozen fruit

  • Samantha Atherton

    chunks of frozen soft fruit in one of those nuby nibblers

  • Allan Smith

    Cold teething toys

  • jamesholyland

    Cold teething toys

  • lorraine polley

    teething necklaces and bonjela are both a good idea, as well as calpol

  • Claire Woods

    cold fannel

  • Kirsty_Mackay

    Calpol