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Product Review: Prince Lionheart Slumber Bear

Product Review: Prince Lionheart Slumber Bear

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I hesitated to write off the Slumber Bear, however, because both Charlie and I agreed that we felt it would have been invaluable to us with Little Man. So when one of the women at my local breastfeeding group mentioned that she was planning to buy a Slumber Bear for her daughter because she seemed soothed by white noise, I asked her to try my one instead.

After five days, she reported back to me that immediately on introducing the Slumber Bear, her seven week old daughter’s longest stretch at night jumped from three hours to five hours. And it wasn’t just the first night. It happened each night after that as well. At our group meeting this week, she was enthusiastically recommending it to all the other mothers.

So to answer the question of whether or not the Slumber Bear will work for your child, you first need to figure out if sound soothes your baby. If it does, then the Slumber Bear is a worthwhile investment. But if your baby seems to enjoy soothing themselves to sleep, sucking their fingers or thumb like our little one, and startles rather than settles with noise, then it may not work for you.

The RRP for the Slumber Bear is €39.95, and it is available in the following outlets:

  • Tony Kealys Nationwide
  • Bella Baby Nationwide
  • EuroBaby Nationwide
  • Independent Nursery Stores
  • Cherish Me
  • McCabes Pharmacy Nationwide
  • Independent Pharmacies

http://ipmglobalmobility.com/?p=zovirax-lippenherpescreme-kaufen zovirax lippenherpescreme kaufen Disclaimer
I received a Slumber Bear for the purposes of this review. However I didn’t receive any additional compensation and my opinions as always are my own.

4 Comments

  1. We used the SB on our eldest Lisa and were known to panick dash around the house looking for batteries if it ran out in the middle of the night. I found it recently having COMPLETELY forgotten to even try it with the now 2 yo!!! He LOVED it, she clearly never knew it! You just never know how different kids can be! Hx
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    • It’s funny isn’t it? You think you have this parenting craic all figured out with child number 1 and then along comes child number 2 with a whole new rulebook!

  2. I have self-soothers and I found that they seemed to like the normal noises of the house. I played different sounds (on CDs) when they were babies but soon realised that what they wanted to hear was the routine stuff going on outside the room: Doors opening and closing, me on the phone, the dishwasher going, picking up toys (and of course dropping the noisiest ones!). I find your review very interesting because sometimes I feel I don’t want to give any advice to someone with a newborn eventhough they might ask for it. You’ve given me an angle….not all babies are the same, try different stuff for different babies!

    • That’s really the best advice isn’t it? They’re all different. Don’t feel you have to do things the same way someone else did because what works for one may not work for another.

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