Let's get two things straight. One: Teething SUCKS. Two: the phrase "teething biscuits" totally weirds me out. Makes me think of a dog treat. Hence, the super catchy, flows-right-off-the-tongue title of this post.
When M was little, we totally did the classic progression of liquids (aka breast milk, then formula), smooth purees, chunky purees, soft foods, etc. With O, we've been doing more of a combination... some purees, but mainly baby-led weaning. Have you ever seen an eight-month old munching on a piece of pizza for lunch at a restaurant?! No? How about happily gnawing away at a spinach and egg white breakfast muffin? Not so often, right? It's amazing!! Now, this could easily spiral into a whole 'nother post and that's for another day. My point is, O loves REAL food that is meant for real people, not liquified chicken casserole. While there are some pretty legit store-bought options in terms of teething biscuits (wafers? cookies? crackers?), I realized that making them myself was SUPER easy and I could have total control of what they're made of. #winning.