Each bead is individually knotted and while it isn’t “stretchy,” it does have a tiny bit of “give” to it. It will break if pulled, which is good for safety’s sake. Even so, I, personally, did not put the necklace on my son for naps etc.
The necklace has an easy to use, secure closure.
After I took these photos, I tucked the necklace under his shirt, so it was in contact with his skin.
My husband says he looks like a hippie, and the cashier at Old Navy thought he was a girl. My mom said it was because of the necklace, but several weeks ago, a Dad at the park told me he was “too pretty to be a boy” because of his big brown eyes and long lashes, LOL. I think he looks adorable!
I can’t really say whether it has eased his teething pain. However, since he started teething, he has never really napped.
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Edit August 2010: We stopped using this when my son kept lifting it from under his shirt, over his chin and putting it in his mouth. I have been wanting to buy a short one but haven’t yet!