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Vulli Chan Pie Gnon Natural Rubber Soft Chew Toy, Pink
- Phthalates and BPA free
- Facilitate baby development
- Numerous parts to chew and play safely
- Easy to grasp and to grip
- Includes a squeaker sound
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Updating! My 9 month old now prefers this teether over Sophie! About a month ago she made the switch and now really prefers this over the giraffe.
Bottom line: These rubber toys are great teethers.
The squeaker in the dude is very loud. And you may think you have heard loud, but this is truly Olympic-class loud. Just gumming down on the nipple-head produces a squeak that can be heard across the street. This will affect your baby in three stages: stage one - fright, stage two - curiosity, stage three - complete fascination in the reaction it gets from the parent. Extricating the squeaker is no mean feat, but it can probably be muted somewhat by multiple dunks in the bathtub. Overall, great (and safe) for baby, amusing for parents, until it becomes infuriating.
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This toy is sooo soft, baby gets her hands on it and pops the little horns right into her mouth. She loves the squeaking, fortunatly, it doesn't squeak so much when baby plays with it but in the hands of my 5 yr old son it can get pretty annoying.
For the second baby (boy), I coughed up the money for Vulli's Sophie Giraffe + Chan Pie Gnon set as all of my friends raved about how much their babies (all female) loved Sophie. I also picked up the toy tether from Nordstroms ($12) as I sure as heck wasn't going to lose that expensive giraffe.
Well, my son and Sophie are not a match made in heaven at 4-5 months. He likes to look at it and that's about it. At 5 months he has one tooth and has developed a fierce affection for Chan Pie Gnon -- aka "mushroom head". His second favorites are the Eric Carle caterpillar teether and a frozen banana in the Munchkin mesh bag teether. The caterpillar teether worked best pre-tooth, and the Munchkin mesh bag is helpful now that we've started foods. (Sassy also makes a mesh bag teether which has a cover; however, it's more expensive, more difficult to take apart and harder for my baby to hold).
Sophie, while cute, proved to be a bit too difficult for my son to hold and get a good chomp on -- at least at this point. It requires more fine motor skills and squeaks when the body is squeezed. My preschooler is much more intrigued by Sophie than the infant.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My baby loved her "Chan." He is a little softer than Sophie and the head shape is enticing to babies (we have the blue one--she loved Sophie Giraffe too). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Megan McMahan
Love the soft rubber material. My baby loves it. Most other teething toys are a harder plastic, but I think this one feels really good on my gums.Published 7 days ago by Goldfish
Originally my daughter had the pink one of these (I bought the blue this time) and the pink one was super easy to make it squeak. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah
I'm writing this review several years later so you can take this as you will, but- we first bought Sophie the giraffe and then returned it due to the "choking concern". Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leesysmygirl12
We bought the blue version of this toy and my son loved it! He's had it over a year and still plays with it! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessie
My daughter is 9 months old and she loves this little thing. It looks a bit awkward but it allows her to gum all over really comfortably.Published 3 months ago by Kayla
Baby loves this toy. However, I would not purchase again. The little pink antenna numb fell off...big chocking hazard!Published 3 months ago by MMO
This is my baby's favorite toy. Due to the shape of it, its great for comforting exclusively breastfed babies.Published 4 months ago by james lively