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About Gerber Pacifiers & Teethers

For nearly 90 years, Gerber has been a company that is about baby’s everyday needs. One of those needs is food and transitioning to solids while getting the necessary nutrients. All food products are made from organic ingredients and there is a wide variety from which to choose.Gerber foods are also convenient as well as healthy. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and their cereals are the best way for baby to start their day. Busy parents are glad that adding milk is the only preparation needed before serving their child this tasty meal. Gerber’s line of 1st and 2nd Foods are ready to eat and available in fruit and vegetable flavors.One interesting bit of trivia is that Gerber was the first company to introduce onesies for baby. Today, they have a large selection of baby apparel for boys and girls.For years, parents have depended on pacifiers to calm their crying children. But do you know what is the best for your little one? You should consider three factors – size and material. Generally, you can get a baby pacifier in three sizes – small, medium and large. If you choose the wrong size, your baby can either choke or reject the pacifier. Checking the age recommendations are valuable to ensure the perfect and comfortable fit. Another factor is material of the nipple. Two common materials are silicone and latex. Silicone is highly preferred by parents because it is easy to clean and does not retain too much odor. Latex, on the other hand, is softer and more flexible than silicone. However, its flexibility can cause early deterioration. If you are looking forward to a selection of high quality pacifiers, you can find pacifiers with colorful mouth guards to hospital grade silicon pacifiers here. Practical and extremely handy 2-in-1 teething pacifiers are also available so you can reduce the discomfort of teething and ultimately sooth your kid’s gums.