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Sleep Sheep by Cloud B

by Danielle on November 30, 2009

in Baby Gear,gifts,Nursery,toys,Travel

Let’s face it, when babies sleep better, parents sleep better. The adorable Sleep Sheep by Cloud B attaches to the side of baby’s sleeping area and plays four soothing sounds: Mothers Heartbeat, Spring Showers, Ocean Surf, and Whale Songs. Winner of several industry awards, including the National Parenting Council’s Seal of Approval and the iParenting Media Award, the Sleep Sheep is plush and very cuddly, so it immediately gives a restless child something cuddly and calming to hold on to. The Sleep Sheep creates a kind of white noise that blocks out the other surrounding sounds, so babies can be lulled into sleep. Check out all the great reviews this soother has been getting! A Win-Win for baby and for mom and dad!

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Best Baby Travel Gear

by Danielle on November 6, 2009

in Baby Gear,Travel

The Holiday Season is upon us and that means lots of traveling! Whether it’s to your cousin’s house just a few miles away from home or Grandma’s house several hours away, having the right baby gear to keep baby happy, comfy and entertained is a must. One of the greatest things we use to bring with us to my mom’s house was a great portable Play Mat Entertainer that kept our baby entertained and created their own little space.

Also, a Pack n Play or Travel Bed is a great thing to have when needing a place to nap a baby whether it’s in a hotel room or a friend/family members home. When flying with a baby, having too much stuff can get overwhelming. Finding the right baby gear can help and keep your load on the lighter side! A great light weight stroller can be a life saver! Also having a comfort item or something that your baby is familiar with from home will help your child transition to a new environment and unfamiliar people.

Check out my earlier post about Holiday Traveling with Baby.

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Holiday Traveling With Baby

by Danielle Baby Gear

Traveling with a baby can be a lot of work, and this has never rung truer than when a pair of new parents find themselves struggling through a crowded airport or grasping for infant-appropriate entertainment on a congested freeway. Now that we are on our 3rd baby, we understand this all too well. Here are […]

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