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In natural rubber 0 month and up. As the famous Sophie the giraffe, this toy is made in natural rubber (phthalate free) and baby can chew it in complete safety. Easy to grasp and to grip. This toy includes a squeaker sound. 3 models to collect: Chan, Pie and Chan. Phthalates and BPA Free.
In natural rubber 0 month and up. As the famous Sophie the giraffe, this toy is made in natural rubber (phthalate-free) and baby can chew it in complete safety. Easy to grasp and to grip. This toy includes a squeaker sound. 3 models to collect: Chan, Pie and Chan. Phthalates & BPA Free.
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My daughter loves chewing on this, as did my son. It really helps with the teethingPublished 9 days ago by C. K.
We have the Pink Pie. We loved it for as long as it lasted...which was only about 3 months of on and off use. We have Sophie (in 3 different forms) and this in the rotation. Read morePublished 22 days ago by MomOfLulu
Was a big fan of this toy-for the three weeks we had it. My daughter loved the squeak noise and the ability to "squish" the rubber vs sophie the giraffe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MarinaGirl
Our 7mth old got a piece of the nub and almost choked on it. I did the regular checking on the toy too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annoyed
My mother happened to have one at her house. My son was ecstatic with it At that very moment, I realized he needed one at home! Read morePublished 2 months ago by YML
I have the blue Chan Pie Gnon for my son and this one seems a lot cheaper. It feels thinner and doesnt squeak as well and when you squeeze it, the head often gets stuck and you... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ashley Smith
Very cute!!! Easy for my baby to grab and screw! She like it very much!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Purchased as a gift. Have never seen in the store. I am sure it will be loved. Very cute.Published 5 months ago by Debora Basini-Herman