Whale Wood Teether + Clip (Blue) - The Wee Bean

25,40$Price

DELIVERY ONLY AVAILABLE IN HONG KONG

For international deliveries send us an email to: contact@tatarachel.com

 

Description:

'Wood is Good - Chew on This!

Looking for a fun and natural way to keep your child busy? Our adorable 100% natural wooden teethers are a great sensory activity and provides maximum relief for your little one's achy gums. These come in just the right size for wee little hands. The handcrafted crochet beads are sure to engage your baby while providing much needed relief during the tough teething period.

 

About our product: 

•   Age: 0 - 24M

•  Teether and clip made from premium beech wood

•  Wood is naturally antibacterial and far more durable than plastics 

•  The hardness of the teether helps take pressure off of achy, teething gums

•  100% Non-toxic, free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, laxtex, lead and cadmium

•  Our wood clips are perfect to keep your teether, pacifiers and toys in your baby's hand and off the floor! You can clip it to your baby's bib, clothing, blanket, stroller, car seat or diaper bags

•  Comes in an eco-friendly hemp drawstring bag with its' own Care Card and sandpaper

 

Brand story:

The Wee Bean was established in 2018 by Amy Tang a Canadian mama who was inspired by her little muse, Sophie Bean. She reflected on her own experience as a first-time mom and realised that there was a lot of wastage in the baby industry. It only took a few months before a huge stack of unused gifts and baby items piled up in her home. She decided to create a brand that provides high-quality, organic essential items that every new parent would need.

 

The brand focuses on affordable essentials made from premium materials such as organic cotton, bamboo and untreated beech wood. They balance fun and functionality with colorful products that are multi-functional and grow with your baby.

 

As Amy wants to do more than just sell quality products, part of the proceeds from the sale of her organic collection goes towards supporting "Angels for Children", a non-profit organisation.