Sleep Baby Sleep With Cloud b – Sleep Sheep and Tranquil Turtle – Giveaway

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Now that our girls are getting older they’re sleeping on their own. Mia is also learning to sleep on her own so we were thrilled when we were sent  Cloud b products (Sleep Sheep On the Go and Twilight Turtle).

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Despite its dozy demeanor, Tranquil Turtle is actually working double-time. It’s just like our old turtle but has new technology! Cloud b has combined both the sight and sound features — projecting gentle underwater images and playing the soothing sounds of the sea. This comforting combination makes for a super serene sleep space. It’s a great nightlight for my older kiddos too!

They like to play him on their bed and since the body is soft and comfortable they enjoy it. There’s just something magical about them!

Magical underwater light effect!!

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  • Projects underwater effect with a gentle wave motion
  • Shell glows in relaxing Aquamarine color
  • Plays 2 soothing sounds

 

Light timer and controls

  • 23 minute timer ensures complete darkness and silence during child’s deep sleep, recommended by pediatricians
  • Choice of 2 melodies with 6 adjustable volume levels
  • Adjustable settings for brightness and movement create a fully controllable experience for various environments

You can find both the Sleep Sheep and Tranquil Turtle from  Cloud b online and in select retailers.

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  1. says

    My children are all grown, but I used to run my finger up and down their noses when they had trouble sleeping. With my oldest, I would put him in his stroller and take him across the street and we would sit and listen to the sounds of the ocean.

  2. Heather McKenzie Carter says

    A good trick to get your kids sleepy in yawning AT them (yawning is contagious, yes it really is!) We made up the yawn song so we all yawn together and it makes us sleepy.

  3. Laura Miller says

    Right now we are using night lights for the older ones, but we have a baby on the way!

  4. Holly Maloof says

    Baby on the way due 7/17… would love to have these! One for the car, one for the crib!!

  5. Jen H says

    put them in the carrier and pace! … for the older one, let them run crazy till they wear out!

  6. Bekah Kuczenski says

    I have a consist bedtime routine and we use sound machines and room darkening shades…

  7. Jenny Lloyd says

    we have a bedtime routine that includes 30 minutes of quiet time before bed – no running, playing, etc.
    we have sound machines and my boys each have a flashlight that they keep by their bed

  8. Veronica L. says

    We really try to establish a routine bed time routine so they know after reading a book together, they have quiet time for about 15 minutes and then lights out.

  9. trisha kilpatrick says

    With my most difficult sleeper, I would breathe very loudly, very deeply, and very slowly right near his ear (not into his ear). I would gradually breathe slower and slower. His breathing would begin to match mine which would ease him into sleep. I would also be aware that their environment was conducive to sleep (soft or no lighting, soft noises, comfortable temperature, etc).

  10. claire says

    Shower, pjs, stories and then I lay down with him and nurse him to sleep. We try to keep the same-ish bedtime every night and do everything the same, which includes singing jingle bells when we brush his teeth (whicch started at christmas and just never went away he he)

  11. Tamar says

    We do bedtime stories but for awhile my son didn’t want to go to bed after we put him down. We used to have to take away his favorite teddy bear to show we mean business…it was a phase that passed. My tip is useless. Please ignore :)

  12. jamie [email protected] says

    she usually falls asleep watching her bubble guppies dvd

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  14. Jenn McClearn says

    making sure we tuck in our youngest really helps him, my oldest needs his nightlight :)

  15. says

    I try to keep the same routine every night with my new baby girl. We snuggle and she gets a bottle then I lay her down while she’s sleepy but still awake. Shes usually asleep within 15 minutes without fussing

  16. Cassandra Eastman says

    We have a bedtime schedule, read books to wind down and I keep it dark and leave a fan on for them!

  17. Brandy W. says

    We keep to a schedule, use a night light and read a story before bed. (No sugar or sweets after 6pm!)

  18. Stacey B says

    My kids are a pain to get to sleep, but my youngest loves soft blankets. He can’t sleep without his blankies!

  19. Monique Rizzo says

  20. Nicole B says

    I have a sleep sheep to help him sleep. We also read a book then he can take a book to bed to flip through

  21. says

    A rocking chair is a necessity when you’re trying to get baby to sleep, as is a mobile. Try giving baby a massage just prior to bedtime. Then turn the nursery lights off, get comfy in a rocking chair, turn on that mobile and cuddle with baby. It’s so relaxing for the both of you.

  22. TaSheena Stuart says

    My son and daughter would both love these. They both sleep with night lights and music.

  23. micheal dale grim says

    I just do the old fashion bedtime story everynite,dont mess with something that works!!!

  24. kristamae says

    We love cloud b products I didn’t even know they had a new turtle. :) my older 2 boys love their turtles baby needs one like this ;)

  25. Elizabeth Young says

    My kids–now brace yourself–like it when we read the Bible. Perhaps the peacefulness helps them drift off?

  26. Kori says

    My oldest we just have a nighttime routine of brushing, flossing, then mouthwash, then we read a book, say his prayer, and put on what he calls his “dolphin box” which used to be a dolphin music box until it broke. Now we play a music app on an old smart phone. As for the baby, he’s easy, I can lay him down (still awake mind you) and he puts himself to sleep as long as he has his binky. We used to have to play the sound of crashing waves to get him to sleep, they still relax him but it’s not necessary anymore. :)

  27. says

    We keep to a routine of reading books and singing songs followed up by hugs and kisses of course:) My two boys each have a twilight turtle that they use each night and we just had a new baby so she is in need of one yet!

  28. Kristen says

    My little one won’t be here until the end of July but as a nanny of over 11 years I’ve used many tricks to get the babies to sleep…the Sleep Sheep has been one of my favorites, the five S’s, white noise machine, and snuggle time of course! Would love to win this prize! My husband actually loves the Tranquil Turtle, it might end up in our room until our girl is older if we won! :) Thank you!

  29. Elaine says

    I love this. My 3yo is afraid of the dark and this would be great.

    I soothe my kids at night with a lavender oil massage.

  30. Sweet Panda says

    I have to nurse my baby boy until he’s fully asleep and then leave him in his crib

  31. April D says

    I don’t have kids, but I babysit. And to get them asleep, I usually wrap them in a blanket and rock them to sleep. They like a little music.

  32. Allyson F. says

    We use a water machine with nature sounds –the kids love listening to the rain falling!

  33. Melissa says

    We love the Cloud B products- we use twilight turtle and a Graco sound machine to help our son go to sleep. Would be thrilled to win a tranquil turtle for my baby.

  34. Debbie Burgo says

    I have a rocking chair in the room so we rock together at bedtime while I read. It is so soothing and relaxing -it doesn’t take to long before their asleep counting sheep. Nighty Nite little ones…..

  35. Stephanie Bodine says

    My baby girl loves her sea horse that music but he doesnt stay on long enough and she wakes back up. I also give her a warm bath before bed.

  36. Rebecca Orr says

    I nurse my daughter and play some soft soothing music. We usually need a fan too.

  37. Jennifer T. says

    I have a routine and a dark room. I try to make sure they have some time to wind down 30 minutes before bedtime.
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  38. Summer says

    Melatonin! Ha! There’s a kids melatonin out now that we use with our toddler and it’s like magic.

    Also – the tweet button on this Rafflecopter links to tweet out a Innotab giveaway not the Cloud b giveaway. Just an FYO ;)

  39. Paula Michele Hafner says

    We play the same soft music every night. I have a play list called “Sleepy Time” on the ipod and a thing we can play it through in his room.

  40. says

    We have a routine! When my son was a baby he would get a bath, bottle then we rocked him to sleep. It also helps to have dark curtains to block out any light.

  41. Lisa Garner says

    My daughter and I sings songs at bedtime everynight and then she is ready to lay down and sleep.

  42. Pauline M says

    My kids play sports. I’ve signed them up for soccer and ice hockey. By evening, they’re fighting to keep their eyes open!

  43. Tiffany L says

    We have a routine that we do nearly every night. First read two books, then turn on the sound machine to ocean, make the room as dark as possible and hug kiss goodnight!

  44. Laurie Emerson says

    I tuck them in and then put their night lights on low so that the ceiling which has glow in the dark stars and moon light up. I then put on some light jazz cd’s. They love both!

  45. Tracy Allen says

    An air purifier that makes white noise works wonders for helping everybody sleep – babies kids adults pets – even the nervous foster dogs.