Sleepytime products – helping babies and mums get a good night’s sleep
When baby number three was on the way – after a considerable gap between baby number one and two I ran a personal project on preparing for lack of sleep and baby bedtime routines.
My research was extensive and resulted in a Shetland fleece for my new-born to lie on, as well as “womb music”, which sounded similar to a tumble dryer, and a soothing sleep inducing baby mobile. This along with a strict baby bed time routine helped me and my new baby to both get a better nights sleep.
I am sure that if Sleepytime had been available it is something I would have investigated. Developed by a baby sleep specialist it sounds a safe and natural way to help baby get off to sleep.Just being launched at Waitrose in the UK this what they are saying about Sleepytime.
Forget sex. Forget the nights out. The one thing any new parent craves more than anything is sleep … sleep for baby and sleep for mum and dad.Now Jo Tantum, the UK’s leading baby sleep specialist, has teamed up with 4little1, the award-winning baby care company to launch Sleepytime, a new range of all-natural products, to help baby sleep.
Sleepytime Room Aroma, Organic Massage Oil and Hair & Body Wash are available from July excusive to Waitrose stores nationwide. They have been carefully formulated with the finest natural ingredients not just to be gentle on skin but to soothe baby at bedtime to encourage restful sleep.‘More than anything, sleep, or rather the lack of it may have a huge impact on parents with new babies,’ says Jo, who has worked with parents for more than 24 years both in the UK and in Australia.In fact, a recent survey by the Baby Show found that 1 in 3 new parents reported that their baby’s sleep was having a negative impact on their relationship, with 1 in 10 still sleeping in separate beds a year after the birth of their first child.Jo’s best-selling book,
Baby Secrets, has helped tens of thousands of parents worldwide to adopt a flexible sleep time routine in the six years since it was first published. Three years ago, she teamed up with 4little1, makers of the Baby nose-clear range, to start developing the Sleepytime products, having long been a fan of the Baby nose-clear nasal aspirator – a Queen’s Award-winner – and room vapour which naturally help babies with congestion to breathe more easily.
The new Sleepytime products introduce aromatherapy at a price everyone can afford, with invaluable results.Jo’s bedtime advice for babies includes nappy-off kick-time and blackout blinds in the nursery, following a Sleepytime bath and massage. Sleepytime Room Aroma is infused with a pure blend of calming essential oils including lavender, roman chamomile, petitgrain and frankincense and can be used safely from birth. – 4little1 Sleepytime Room Aroma £7.99-4little1 Sleepytime Hair and Body Wash £6.99- 4little1 Sleepytime Organic massage oil £7.99