When my baby was first born, she slept. A lot. I wondered when she would start spending more time awake and play with me. Then, she turned three weeks old, and I wondered if she would ever go to sleep. I swaddled, I shushed, I swung, I suckled, and then…I turned on the vacuum cleaner.
That on switch was like a magical off switch for my baby. I could see the tension leave her body and feel the stress leave mine. But I couldn’t run the vacuum cleaner all night and frankly, it was a bit annoying.
I wish we had Sleep Sheep. Sleep Sheep from Cloud b is a cozy, cuddly friend who helps lulls your baby to sleep with gentle nature sounds. Personally, I find the whale sounds a little unsettling, and I wish the heartbeat had a more “in utero” sound, but baby and I enjoy the rain and ocean settings quite a bit. Even older children and adults will find Sleep Sheep to be familiar and comforting.
Because the sound box is inside, soft Sleep Sheep doubles as a comforting friend. Along with Sleep Sheep, you get a sweet story about how the mama sheep learns to soothe her little baby lamb to sleep.
Cloud b was founded by two moms dedicated to helping their children, and yours, get a good night’s sleep.
Sleep Sheep is convenient for home or travel–you do not have to worry about remembering your CD, your player, and finding a convenient and safe place to plug in your player. With Sleep Sheep, there is no fumbling in the dark to find the right button. Just set the volume and timer in advance and you’ll find it easy to start up Sleep Sheep, even at 3 am.
WANT IT: Sleep Sheep is available directly from Cloud b for $27 and a new, smaller Sleep Sheep on the Go ($22). You’ll also find Cloud B Sleep Sheep and Sleep Sheep On The Go at BabyCenter, Mom4Life, and RedEnvelope.