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Graco Pack 'n Play

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  • Q: Our 1 year old has started standing up and gnawing on the side of this pack and play with her sharp new teeth. Anybody have a great trick for keeping their kids from gnawing on cribs or pack and plays like this?

    asked by Matthew B. - Mar 23, 2014

  • When it comes to keeping him from completely gnawing on it, use lots of re-direction and eventually he will start to understand "Hey, I probably shouldn't eat that.". If you're looking for an alternative to him breaking a tooth off, I would recommend the Prince Lionheart Crib Rail Protector. They are gummy like, so it won't ruin your baby's teeth, if he does happen to decide to snack on his bed.

    Jacqueline C. - Mar 23, 2014

  • There are some good crib railings available if he's doing this for the crib, but i'm not aware of something similar for the pack n play. They may be experiencing a lot of teething pain, so you can try cool or frozen washcloths, teething toys, or other teething remedies to help.

    Amelia B. - Mar 23, 2014

  • My daughter also "taste tested" this pack and play! She only did it a few times and I guess it didn't give her the feedback she was looking for to help with her sore gums, (or it didn't taste very good) and she stopped. I agree with the suggestion of redirecting to teething toys.

    Jennifer R. - Mar 23, 2014

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