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Sleeping Baby Happy Parents

Hello Neighbors!

Do any of you have a baby or young child who just can't seem to get to sleep?  I well remember those nights, 6 children's worth!  We used to play music softly, rock them in a rocking chair and when we had to we would take them for a ride!  It is amazing what we will try to get our little ones to sleep.  Well, the inspiration for Sleeping Babies came while trying to get triplets to sleep!  And:
"We fruitlessly searched for products that would soothe and relax them. For weeks, nothing seemed to work. that is, until a stormy, tropical night brought the calming rain, as well as the much-needed solution to us. Our babies slept like angels, as they listened to the soft, gentle sounds of the raindrops hitting their bedroom's windowpane. This inspired us to share our discovery with other weary parents facing the same dilemma of a sleepless night." 

They are now making Sleeping Baby Happy Parent available to others through a CD.  I was able to listen to a copy and I do have to admit it is a very soothing sound.  What could make a better gift to a young couple with a newborn, then a CD of soothing sounds to help them get their baby to sleep.  Or perhaps you need it your own child.  Personally, I might use it myself.  I need white noise when I sleep.  My husband sleeps with a fan right next to his face at night.  Now, I can't stand a fan directly in my face, but I have gotten used to the sound.  So, when we travel and I don't have a fan on, I miss the sound. The Sleeping Baby CD is a very soothing rain sound. 

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Unknown said…
My son loves to listen to Rock and Roll on his Dad's phone.
Anne N. said…
Turn the radio on low volume.
adf said…
My son falls asleep when I vacumm. Or car rides
Nancy said…
We played soft music to get them to sleep and to lull them back to sleep if they woke up during the night.

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Anonymous said…
We have ambient sound.
The lull of the fan always helps.
Danielle C said…
The vacuum cleaner worked on my oldest - she would fall asleep to me vacuuming
Paige said…
a sound machine works great for us
Erin Cook said…
I read them books to help them sleep
brendaelsner said…
I would put the radio on and sing them to sleep.
Jessica said…
We swaddled and put on some lullibies!

jessicaahays at hotmail dot com
daveshir2005 said…
Honestly, reading always seems to help.

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