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When I go to bed at night, I like things dark. I can't sleep with any light source like the tv or even a dim lamp. When I was a kid though, forget it. I needed that night light.  My kids have inherited this trait and can sleep with all of the lights on if we let them. There is just something about the darkness of the night and their overactive imaginations that can make sleep time a little difficult.

Stars on the ceiling has always been a popular choice to help ease their kids nighttime woes. Stars and light sounds can be very soothing plus it helps keep little minds off whatever is scaring them. When I was a kid they sold glow in the dark astronomy stickers, stars and planets, that you could stick on the ceiling. They would glow for a short time after the light was turned off.

Since then, many projector type products are out there that display images on the ceiling or wall to help babies and kids ease into sleep. 

Cloud B offers us Dream Buddies which display star constellations on the walls and ceiling in LED light colours amber, blue and green. They are super soft and cuddly! There are three to choose from; a bunny, a puppy, or a lamb.  $29.99

If you're looking to add some ambiance to your child's bedtime, Peaceful Panda can help! It plays 8  peaceful sounds/music through its detachable music box. It has a velcro strap on the back to attach it to a bedside or crib for younger babies. It's super soft and cute! $42.99




Both Dream Buddies and Peaceful Panda make the perfect bedtime companions for Miss M. These can be found at independent gift and toy shops across Canada. 

To learn more about them and other great products please visit www.CloudB.com

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We want your little ones to have sweet dreams too! One lucky AME reader has the chance to win both a Cloud b Dream Buddies (assorted) and Peaceful Panda for your very own! Follow the directions on the giveaway ballot to enter! 

Open to Canadians 18+ excluding Quebec. Mandatory entry must be done for others to count. One entry per household. 

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Giveaway ends June 19th, 2016! 



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46 comments:

  1. We are lucky our kids are not afraid of much at night. But our daughter does get a few bad dreams. She would love this :)

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  2. I have a niece and a couple of nephews I could give this to. They have the usual bad dream occasionally.
    Florence C

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  3. My kids actually never had any sleep issues. In my family it would be my grandson as he still insists on a night light when sleeping and even brings it with him when he visits.

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  4. Grandaughter tends to wake up during the night

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  5. Would be perfect for one of the step grandkids, one of the step grandsons takes extra long to go to sleep, he doesn't like the dark. Would be perfect for their sleepovers here or at home!

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  6. my daughter hates the dark so we have a little night light in her room. If I won this I would give one to my brother who is expecting his first baby :)

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  7. Will be good for one of my grandchild who as afraid of darkness

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  8. this would be great for my girl who's a little hesitant in transitioning into her own room.....

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  9. We are expecting a grandchild, and I always have used a night light. It makes it easier to peek in and check on them.
    (Debbie W)

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  10. My one grandson is afraid of wetting the bed, he wakes most times. This would be for him

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  11. My youngest son doesn't like the dark. We could use this.

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  12. Right now my grandchild's biggest sleep fear is monsters,this would be great for him

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  13. Afraid of the dark for sure. Nightlights are a necessity.

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  14. My niece is afraid of the dark, this would help

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  15. My daughter is afraid of bad dreams and she could use this. thanks

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  16. I have a grandson who doesn't like to go to sleep on his own. These may work for him!

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  17. Daughter has always had a fear of the creaks that the house does once everyone is in bed

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  18. This would be perfect for my daughter. She has severe anxiety and one of her anxiety is worrying about having bad dreams and sometimes it keeps her up at night.

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  19. His biggest sleep fear is waking up and me not being there.

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  20. I believe that a lot of children are afraid of the dark, including my grandson, this would be for him :-)

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  21. MY KIDS biggest sleep fear is sleeping thru the alarm every morning (she never does) and tends to set the alarm way to early because of this.

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  22. My kids have both started to be afraid of the dark, specifically monsters. This would be very helpful in making them feel safe.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  23. Fears of the dark and monsters under the bed has been our biggest sleep fears.

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  24. My kids hate the dark! They would love this!

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  25. My niece just hated the dark and would find this helpful! Victoria Ess

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  26. my youngest would love this. his biggest fear is the dark

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  27. My youngest would love this. His fear is being alone. He is a snuggler and hates waking up alone

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  28. My granddaughter would love to get this guy. Not sure her biggest fear is.

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  29. My daughter doesn't like going to bed alone. I think this would be really helpful for her and help me get a good nights sleep!

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  30. my niece figures there are monsters under her bed think would help her out

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  31. My son doesn't like to sleep alone. I think my son would really love this and hopefully make him sleepy and feels safe.

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  32. She doesn't have many, but will stay up when she hears thunder. For some reason, she's convinced it's dangerous.

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  33. Both of my children HATE the dark. We always have to leave a light on for them.

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  34. My niece is afraid of the dark & monsters right now. Maybe this would help her relax and settle better. (Judy Cowan)

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  35. My son used to get bad nightmares, but he seems to be growing out of them. We created a jar of "magic fairy dust" that kept the dreams away, and hung a dream catcher, and that seemed to work for him. My daughter who is younger is a pretty good sleeper, but she needs her light on dim because she doesn't like the dark

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  36. My son doesn't like when it's too dark so a nightlight is something he needs. After him there are three other little ones who would end up using this prize!

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  37. My daughter is a little less afraid of the dark than she used to be, but the nightlight is still on. I have a baby and a four year old, and they would both love these!

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  38. Right now my child's biggest sleep fear is sleeping by herself. We were on vacation for 19 days recently, and ever since then (we were together in hotel rooms for part of it, then she shared a room with her sister at her grandparents' place) she has been afraid to be in her room by herself now that we are back home. She comes into our room several times a night because she is lonely and needs someone to "cuttle" (how she says it) with!

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    1. And forgot to add that she would totally be the one I would give these to - some friends to keep her company in her own room! :-)

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  39. My toddler has been pretty good sleeping at night, and doesn't have too many concerns. Sometimes it is too dark for her, so we will put on a nightlight. I think her biggest fear would be to call for us, and we didn't come.

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  40. For my 7 year old, his biggest fear is having nightmares (he gets night terrors sometimes) and he's very very afraid of the dark. Currently he has a clock that the face is also a nightlight that stays on all night (and it plays lullabies), a cloudb turtle that lights up his ceiling with stars, and 2 other night lights in his room to keep it lit. He has sensory issues so also sleeps with many blankets and many "friends" to keep him comfortable, and not alone. I would give him these if I won to help him have good sleeps :)

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  41. Sophie is afraid to have the door closed when she's asleep. Also since we took her blankie to wash one night to wash when she was asleep, she's afraid she's going to wake up and it will be gone. My nephew could really use this.

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  42. My child biggest sleep fear is sleeping with the door closed. We always have to leave the door a little bit open for him.

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  43. My daughter is afraid of the dark so she has a night light and the door left open. My bff is expecting her first soon so she could use it.

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  44. my granddaughter is afraid of the dark, we are trying to help her thru this she would be the one to use this

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