Funny, clever and spot on. Three ways to describe the sleep deprived ‘world’s best father’ internet sensation. Dave Engledow just started off with one funny picture of himself pouring his baby’s milk into his coffee instead of feeding his child. A quick and quirky picture to show the effects of sleep deprivation that a parent of a newborn faces. His photos are now an internet sensation.
While it all worked out well for the funny father, sleep deprivation can often have a negative impact on any parent’s life. Your little one as precious as he or she is can often cause exhaustion and confusion.
New-born sleep deprivation is a serious problem that faces millions of parents worldwide. As a parent you will know that sometimes your child just won’t sleep well and they will certainly let you know about it. This means one thing for us, a lack of sleep.
It can have serious effects on your life, your performance in work and your relationship with your partner. We think we have a solution to the dark side of parenting however. Our SleepyTot baby comforter is proving an effective weapon against lack of sleep for your little one.
The Sleepytot baby comforter has helped thousands of babies and toddlers settle to sleep. It is a cuddly companion that can hold on to cots and prams, holds on to items such as dummies and act as a perfect pillow for your little one. Not only that but it is machine washable, easily replaceable, cute and safe.
It’s not just us who thinks our SleepyTot Baby comforter is a great solution to the sleep deprivation problem; we have very happy customers too:
“By the fourth night of having our ‘dummy bunny’, our son was finding it himself at night and going to sleep himself, it was a miracle!”
“It’s very cute! I love the idea that when it is time to give up the dummy, that he will still have a cuddly friend with him!”
“We love our sleepytot, and it is without doubt the best thing we bought for our son. Wonderful product and would highly highly recommend.”
Josh and Amberley
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