New baby not sleeping enough? This “rock n' play” sleeper combines rocking with “calming vibrations,” Fisher-Price says. “The cozy fabrics give your little one a comfortable seat, and a gentle push from mom rocks and soothes baby.”
The Deluxe Newborn Vibrating Rock n' Play Sleeper also collapses and is very lightweight, “so its easy to move around the house or bring along on trips.”
It’s $59 here.
To soothe and project
Feb 12, 2014 by Paul W.
The Projector Soother from Fisher-Price is a 3-in-1 device: It has three customizable music and light modes, including an overhead starlight projection.
The Projector Soother provides up to 30 minutes of “soothing music and lullabies,” Fisher-Price says, and can “help strengthen your baby's sense of hearing and visual skills, and provides a sense of comfort and security.”
It’s $25 here.
With the Woombie, you can “swaddle your baby safely and effectively,” and “ease your mind and comfort your baby so you may both achieve a better night sleep.”
The Woombie is the original cocoon-like swaddle, its maker says, and is recommended by doctors, nurses, doulas and countless moms and dads. It “is the safest and most natural way to swaddle your baby, encouraging baby to softly stretch extremities as needed, just like in the womb.” The Woombie comforts, softly confines arms and gently compresses baby's unique curves to hug baby preventing startling issues, face scratching, overheating and also preventing dangerous loose unraveled blankets from covering baby's face, the company adds.
It’s $28 here.
Dream of Sheep
Oct 26, 2013 by Paul W.
Baby not nodding off as needed? You can’t exactly inform an infant about counting sheep… But nonetheless, a sheep might be your solution… Ewan the Dream Sheep, that is.
The stuffed animal “emits soothing sounds at a low base frequency.” What sounds? Actual recorded heartbeat and womb sounds that “really do have a calming effect,” the developer says. It also makes more standard sleep sounds like rain fall and white noise.
It's $68 here. (Affiliate link)