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"Chewbeads totally help my baby focus during feeding time! I won't feed her without them on!" - Jill, Washington, DC
“Honestly, my baby goes straight for them everytime they’re on. They keep him quiet and totally engaged in me! I love it!” - Brett, New York City
“Sam adores my turquoise Chewbeads necklace! Finally, jewelry that is great looking but can also be chewed on by children!” - Jessica, New York City
“Not only do I love wearing them because my baby loves to chew on them, but my older one is learning his colors! Thanks!!” - Beth, New York City
“Babies universally display an irrepressible impulse to put objects into their mouths. This is neither a trivial nor an undesirable habit. The mouth is the first visceral connection between a newborn and the world. It is a vehicle for discovery, and a primary source of pleasure and comfort. The success of motherhood relies, in no small measure, on the creation of an emotional bond, an attachment, between mother and child. How is this accomplished? A healthy baby wants to be held and comforted. It also wants to suck and chew. In so doing, babies seek to engage by putting whatever mom has around her neck into their mouths. So, in a thousand contacts with the colorful, soft beads, the object comes to be a tangible bond between mother and child, a sign of constancy, reassurance, and security.” - Brian Schulman, M.D.