As a parent, one of the biggest struggles you will face in the first year is getting your baby to sleep and to stay asleep. While same babies are good sleepers most babies struggle to fall asleep and tend to wake a lot.
At KJ Essentials for Baby we understand how hard it can be on the whole family when baby is not sleeping. So we have searched the world looking for tried and tested baby sleep aids that work. Sleep aids that will gently soothe baby to sleep and keep them sleeping soundly.
Browse our range of baby sleep soothers that emit a soft comforting glow, or play soothing white or pink noise or other sleep inducing sounds. We have sleep aids that can be adjusted so you can create the perfect environment for your baby to fall asleep in.
We have cuddly baby sleep aids such as the Skip Hop Cry Activated Soother Sloth, or Tommee Tippee’s Ollie the Owl rechargeable baby sleep aid. Check our wearable technology that works with your smart phone and alerts you should baby’s breathing or sleep patterns change. The Snuza Pico wearable smart baby monitor gives parents peace of mind even when they are asleep.
Check out the revolutionary Aroma Snooze Sleep Aid aromatherapy vaporiser that uses red light technology combined with sleep sounds, aromatherapy, pulsing lights and a function where you can even record your own voice to gently lull baby to sleep.
Many children are afraid of the dark and our range of nightlights can help. We have nightlights that will automatically turn on should your little one wake in the night. We have nightlights with auto shut off so your child can slowly grow used to sleeping comfortably at night. We even have nightlights that are cuddly and portable so your toddler can carry them to the toilet at night and have the nightlight light their way. Turn your babies nursery in to a soothing place to sleep and rest with our nightlights.
As baby grows into a toddler they may need a little help with training and KJ Essentials can help. We have some awesome sleep trainers that help your child learn the difference between sleep time and wake time as well as knowing when it is ok to get out of bed and wake mum and dad.