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.
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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.
Representatives of Cloud B are providing the prize to the winner on AME's behalf. By entering, you accept your information will be shared with the representatives of this brand should you win. Winners must qualify with a valid email address by filling out a winner's claim form with skill testing question. Winners have 48 hours to claim before a winner is redrawn.
Giveaway ends June 19th, 2016!
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