Sophie the Giraffe: Review
I decided to do a review on the worlds most famous teething toy, Sophie the Giraffe.
Why? Well Sophie and I have a bit of a special bond. Yup. She was one of the first toys bought for Little A two and half years ago and has been around for my entire fatherhood career. We go way back!
Being over 50 years old, this little french giraffe has been stuffed in more drooly mouths then I even want to imagine.
Made from all natural paints and rubber, Sophie the giraffe is the perfect teething toy to sooth achy gums.
Sophie first showed up at our house two and a half years ago and has been going strong ever since. She has survived the wrath of Little A and her gaggle of friends and is now in the grubby hands of Little C. Sophie the Giraffe has been thrown, covered in mud, chocolate, and chewed on like a piece of beef jerky.
The only physical scars we’ve noticed so far was Sophie’s paint is beginning to wear and crack. Not bad for the abuse she has taken.
I only have one warning. Much like her life size cousins, Sophie the giraffe is not a good swimmer. Keep her from being submerged in water or she might lose her once loud, screechy voice. But that might not be a bad thing!
If you’re in the market for a durable, safe teething toy, Sophie the Giraffe
is up for the challenge!