Is your baby regularly waking through the night? Toddler or pre-schooler refusing to go to sleep at bedtime?
If you’ve been getting up several times during the night to replace her soother, or madly looking for lost dummies in the dark, then a Sleepytot comforter is the solution for you.
Sleepytot can comfort baby right from birth, safely and soundly!
Lulla doll review. Kristin and her 8 month old son review the Lulla Doll to help a non-sleeper discover that sleep isn't such a bad thing
Sleepytot New Zealand shared Gummee UK's live video.
***Win our whole range!*** From now until November 30th we are giving you the chance to win our entire range!! Just purchase a product from our website www.gummee.life and you will automatically be entered into our prize draw worth over £50. A winner will be announced on December 1st. (Molar Mallet giveaway has now finished) **This giveaway is in no way associated with or endorsed by Facebook** Liking is Loving, Sharing is Caring
Baby Show shared Sleepytot New Zealand's video.
So to celebrate us reaching 20 thousand fans on our FB page, we are giving away these goodies to 4 lucky winners. <3 A Lulla Doll - sleep companion for baby, toddler and preschooler <3 A Sleepytot dummy holder - the only comforter to hold 4 dummies - no more dummy runs! <3 A Gummee Glove, the teether that cannot be dropped <3 A set of Blackout Blinds 1. Like Sleepytot New Zealand 2. Like + Comment on this post which of the 4 prizes you absolutely need! 3. Let all of your mumma and daddy friends know (not mandatory but I will <3 you to the moon and back) 4. All comments count as an extra entry Closes 30th October at 8.30 pm. Not associated with FB. Worldwide entries all good! If you cannot wait for the prize, all these amazing products (and sooo much more including some awesome sale products can be found at www.sleepytot.co.nz). If you are a parent in need of some advice and support we have the most amazing VIP / Support Group happening at : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1649337135354388/ Good luck everyone !!
Sleepytot New Zealand shared The Science Explorer's video.
This artificial womb could allow babies to develop outside the mother. Credit: Hashem Al-Ghaili