Natural Baby Toys; Cherry Wood Baby Rattle Teether

December 06, 2008

cherry wood baby rattle teetherIn our last post, we featured eco-friendly furniture as a response to the fear of toxins in baby furniture. As we all know, this issue has been all over the headlines recently, involving children’s toys laden with toxic PVC’s and lead. Natural baby toys such as this wooden rattle teether ease our worries as it is made with solid wood, finished only with beeswax and hand-crafted in the USA. This Cherry Wood Baby Rattle teether is a feast for the senses for your developing infant with its gentle sound and moveable bead. Each hand-crafted baby rattle has a unique shape found naturally in the piece of wood. Made from cherry wood from renewable and sustainable resources.






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