Is Sophie the Giraffe worth it?

Overall, Sophie the Giraffe is a well-made teether. It is lightweight and easy for young babies to grasp on to. The legs are really appealing for babies to chew on, and I think many babies do love this teether.

Can newborns use Sophie the Giraffe?

Most parents find that as their infant begins to discover their own hands and starts putting them in their mouth (at around 3 months of age), they will begin enjoying Sophie la girafe. It is this 3 month mark that Vulli recommends as most suitable for the baby to start using Sophie.

How much is Sophie the Giraffe worth?

$25 to $30
Sophie the Giraffe sells for $25 to $30 at most retailers. That’s a lot for a toy that will constantly be covered in your child’s saliva. Many other teething toys go for well under $10, but Sophie the Giraffe is consistently among the best selling teething toys on the web, and is well-loved by parents.

Why does every baby have Sophie the Giraffe?

Sophie la girafe is a unique teether that is made from natural rubber and food quality paint, unlike other plastic products. As such, parents seeking a natural product for their babies will choose Sophie la girafe for their baby’s teething.

What’s so special about Sophie giraffe?

She is very soft to touch, just like baby’s mummy, stimulating soothing physiological and emotional responses. Smell: The singular scent of natural rubber (from Hevea tree) makes Sophie the Giraffe very special and easy for your child to identify amid all his other toys.

Why is Sophie the Giraffe toxic?

When parents discovered mold in their “Tommee Tippee Sippee” cups in 2016, people everywhere were horrified. Well, we have more bad news: Sophie the Giraffe isn’t safe either. Recent reports from parents reveal people have found mold growing inside of the popular toddler teething toy.

What’s so special about Sophie Giraffe?

Do I need to sterilize Sophie the Giraffe?

Can Sophie la girafe be sterilised? In accordance with what is written on the product packaging, we do not recommend sterilising Sophie la girafe.

Is there a boy version of Sophie the Giraffe?

Sophie la girafeĀ® Peaceful night set – boy version.

Can you put Sophie the Giraffe in the freezer?

Sophie the Giraffe on Twitter: “Yes! You can even try putting Sophie in the freezer for extra painful teething days.

Is Sophie Safe for babies?

The odds of infants or toddlers chewing on the Sophie toys with their mouths directly over the holes and pressing hard enough to aerosolize the mold and squirt it directly into their mouths is virtually impossible, Dr. Carl said. “If the toy is used as directed, I think it poses very little risk,” he concluded.

Why does Sophie the Giraffe smell?

Smell: The singular scent of natural rubber (from Hevea tree) makes Sophie the Giraffe very special and easy for your child to identify amid all his other toys.