"Of all the animals, the BOY is the most unmanageable!" ~ Plato


Amber is the best!

For those of you who have never heard of this before....as I hadn't until Dawn clued me in....http://sunrise-cove.blogspot.com/
Amber teething necklaces REALLY DO WORK! I heard of this on Dawn's blog where she was singing their praises. I asked what it was about, did a little research and ordered one. It's been a lifesaver! Brennen is SO much happier when he's wearing his. Not that he's EVER really fussy but this is just amazing. He's not irritable or whiny anymore. I swear, about 30 minutes after I first put it on him, his whole demeanor changed. I also ordered one for my mom who suffers from Fibromyalgia as Amber is known to help with inflammation. While I was checking out with my order online, I thought, Hmm, I wonder if they have these on Ebay. The logical side of my brain lost out though and I completed my order BEFORE checking Ebay. I was bummed out to find them for about $6 less on Ebay. My stupidity may save you a few bucks though....check Ebay first! It's Baltic Amber and I know I saw them for around $7.95......maybe less. Not only do these necklaces work, they are super cute on my lil B. I'll have to post a picture later so you can see! For those of you with little ones....and I KNOW you're out there....check them out!


Dawn said...

I didn't realize your mom had Fibromyalgia. Caleb has that too. We found some dietary changes that take away the symptoms. If he doesn't eat any processed food such as white flour, white sugar and basically anything pre-made then he is symptom free. It can be a hard diet for some to accept, but I pass on the info whenever I can because I know how awful Fibro is. Don't know that it works for everyone...I don't think anyone I've ever told about it has tried it...but it works for Caleb. It's not that his fibro, that he has had since a child, is gone, either. If he starts eating the refined foods then the pain returns. Anyhow, if you want more information on that let me know. :)

Melissa said...

Cool, I'll have to look it up when Ben starts teething.