A Simple Way to Encourage Better Sleep for Babies and Toddlers

This post is sponsored by Whisbear, as always, all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

I think that we can all agree that it is much easier to get an adult to sleep than it is a baby. But sometimes, when you have a child, sleep isn’t always easy for both child and parent. That’s why having a sleep schedule is important, as well as getting to know and training your childs sleep transitions. There are many sites online that can help you with this, such as Huckleberry, a personalied sleep consultant to make sleep more accessible for everyone. When I wasn’t getting much sleep because I didn’t feel safe in my home after a series of break-ins near where I lived, we installed a security alarm and outdoor home security cameras. I could sleep happy from then on, knowing I was safe. It isn’t that simple with babies because they can’t tell you what’s wrong. Sleep is something that has always been challenging for Beckett and when he doesn’t sleep we don’t either, it’s hard to enjoy a twin mattress when your child has problems withsleeping. It’s unfortunate but that is the reality sometimes, but there are ways to help. We are currently working on creating a better sleep routine and working on ways to improve the amount of sleep that he gets. His recent surgery to remove his adenoids was our first step to better sleep. Adding a Whisbear into his routine is another step we have taken to improve his sleep. The pink noise and comfort that the Whisbear gives has already lead to better sleep for B.

What is a Whisbear?

Whisbear’s stuffing is hypoallergenic. The TÜV®International Safety and Oeko-Tex® certifications prove the highest quality of production process. Unlike other sleep devices, Whisbear plays for 40 minutes. After in gently turns off, it stays on standby and is re-activated once the baby starts to cry, pacifying the baby back to sleep.

The Whisbear is a Humming Bear, designed to help babies sleep better. The pink noise that the Whisbear plays is modeled after the sounds of the womb.

Better Sleep with Whisbear

The fourth trimester is such. difficult transition for babies, and the pink noise can make that transition easier. Since the Whisbear is modeled after the sounds of the womb, it helps comfort baby, especially when mom isn’t right there.

We didn’t discover the Whisbear until now, and I’ve found it to still be just as soothing for my toddler. It’s replaced the need for a white noise machine and it’s portable.

The Whisbear automatically turns off after 40 minutes, but it also has cry technology. This means it recognizes when your baby is crying and automatically begins to play the pink noise.

Better Sleep Routine

The Whisbear is something that signals to Beckett that it is time to sleep. It’s become part of his nap time and bedtime routine, and he now relates his Whisbear to sleep.

Better Sleep While Traveling

Since the Whisbear is portable, it makes for the perfect travel companion. It’s not only a familiar comfort item for B, but an item that keeps part of his routine the same as at home.

The pink noise not only signifies that it is time for sleep, but it blocks sounds out. This leads to babies and toddlers falling asleep much quicker!

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10 Responses

  1. Natalie says:

    HELLO Ashley, I’m Natalie. This looks like a great aide to help my son become an independent sleeper. He is 2. We still cosleep. Just stopped breastfeeding 1 week ago, and now that that hurdle is crossed, I am ready to transition him to independent sleep in his own bed (in our room) soon! I’m really eyeing this bear now :).

  2. Stephanie says:

    That’s such a great idea- we had something similar, but we had to shut it off. So, this seems super convenient!

  3. Brittney says:

    This is perfect timing.. this time change has totally ruined my daughters sleep! We are up all night long.. thanks for sharing!

  4. Kat says:

    These seems like such a great idea with the auto off and cry part! What a great product.

  5. Felicia Life says:

    My kids are frown, but I can definitely use this as a future grandam. Thanks!

  6. Angie says:

    I think this is such a great idea to help babies sleep train. They’re so cute too!

  7. Josee Gagnon says:

    I would love this. I currently use an iPad for white noise. This is so cute! I have 3 young boys and another baby on the way😃

  8. Lindsey says:

    Aw this looks awesome + SO snuggly!

  9. Aly Funk says:

    That Whisbear is adorable! I will have to remember this when our new babies come in September!

  1. June 5, 2019

    […] “Sleep is something that has always been challenging for Beckett. We are currently working on creating a better sleep routine and working on ways to improve the amount of sleep that he gets,” said Ashley, a blogger behind Mommy on the Mound Blog.  […]

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