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Baby Teething Rusks Holders
No more lost or dirty rusks & they are always within reach so bub can grab it if dropped.
The Nana G’s Rusks & Fruit Holders are this new & amazing teething product on the market. The rusk holder helps you to avoid teething rusks ending up on the floor, again & again and being covered in all the yucky stuff that is hiding on the floor. They will also save you funding the rusk under the lounge days later.
The Nana G’s Rusks & Fruit Holders are safe to use while out & about in the pram or high chair so you won’t be leaving a rusk behind while shopping or having a coffee with friends. It can also be used on the Ontray that is also sold by Mums’n’Bubs Amber. You can find that listed here https://mumsnbubsamber.com.au/product/ontray-trolley-snack-tray-for-toddlers/ It makes shopping so much easier as it is somewhere to store your spare rusks & the holder as well that it is each & hygienic in your nappy bag.
The Rusks & Fruit Holder is also a great way to help develop hand and eye coordination & fine motor skills.
Made with BPA free food-grade silicone the rusk holder can hold a range of other things. Pop in a fruit stick (like shown) so that the older children can also use the Rusks & Fruit Holder to avoid mess & stress.
The Nana G’s Rusks & Fruit Holder is lightweight & is designed to be easy to hold with one hand or two, depending on bubs age, so bub can get the rusk into their mouth without any fuss or hassles.
Each Nana G’s Rusks & Fruit Holder comes with a silicone star or a silicone elephant clip that has an easy to use, a strong plastic clip that attaches easily to all fabrics & won’t damage them.
These are recommended for babies from 6+ months with Teething rusks or with fruit sticks over 12 months old.
They are still great for children over 12 months old who are still learning to hold rusks or fruit sticks or children with special needs who need a bit more time with learning to grasp items.
Being a mum of 4 special needs children, I know it can take some time to learn this skill and these make learning that skill much easier & less messy for us parents.