Friday, April 20, 2012

Organic Teething Giraffe - Edith - $18.00

I found this fabric as a remnant from one of my favorite online fabric retailers. I thought I'd try it out and buy more if I liked it! Well, I have a few more yards of it coming to the house! It's gorgeous!

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Teething Differences

My Starbright Baby has one big ol' front tooth, and the other one slooooowly working it's way through. This makes for little or no sleep at night. *yawn* is it nap time yet?!?

My first baby got his two front teeth after two horrible nights of no sleeping and no nursing.

My 2nd Starbright Baby I couldn't even tell! One day he had no teeth, the next he had them... LOL!

What has your teething experience been like with the top two teeth?

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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Wrap Scrap Safari - Didymos Lena Rhino - $24.00

Our latest addition to the Star Safari family! A Rhino! A similar size to our popular Teething Giraffe, our Rhinos are 7" x 5.5" x 2"
This little Rhino can be used for teething, or just playing! Our baby liked grabbing it's horn to chew on, as well as the ears, tail and legs. Toddlers will love to use it for imagination play. Our toddler had his Rhino riding around in the back o...

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Friday, February 24, 2012

My Weekend

Lots of sewing to do this weekend!

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We Sell Wholesale!

Did you know that Starbright Baby sells wholesale? If you're a shop owner (or know someone who is!) and you're interested, please contact me for pricing and information!

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Turning your Teething Giraffe into a Cold Teether

I made a video about turning your Teething Giraffe into a cold teether! Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Freezer Giraffe Trick

Something I do for my little one when she's struggling with teething is give her something cold. It's hard to find something that is warm for her to hold, but cold on her little gums. My sister came up with the great idea to soak her Teething Giraffe's head in water, put it in a baggy and stick it in the freezer. Don't let it freeze all the way, but just get nice and cold. That way, your little one has the warm giraffe body to hold, and the nice cold giraffe head to teethe on. Try it out!

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