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THANK YOU!!! Don't know if I could survive without ewan the dream sheep!

Lily Allen- Singer

The heartbeat is her fav!! She actually really likes it!

Amanda Holden - TV Presenter

She has a ewan the dream sheep which makes sounds and she loves that.

Una Healy - Singer

Huge thank you for the fab ewan..Covey loves it!

Konnie Huq - Xtra Factor

I would recommend all new parents get a ewan!

Jenni Falconer - TV Presenter

ewan is a lovely way for babies and toddlers to learn to love sleep.

Jo Tantum - Baby Sleep Expert

ewan the dream sheep has been absolutely indispensable!

Kirsty McCabe - Daybreak

In a word ewan is a MIRACLE!

Claire from West Sussex

Thank you ewan for making bedtimes peaceful & calming.

Charlotte Everiss

We are truly ewan fans now! Every mum should have one! 

Julie from Ayrshire

Freya has not let go of ewan all day!

Cally Hill

ewan has made for a very lovely peaceful bedtime which is fantastic.

Cate from Perth

I love ewan the dream sheep and when the kids have outgrown him, I will be taking him to bed when I can't sleep.

Sarah Halloran

During the day ewan takes his place in the buggy and is great for a visit to the grandparents or the doctors

Ann from London

We are full of praise for ewan and have recommended him to everyone that we speak to.

Gavin & Kat Evans

My daughter fell asleep within a matter of minutes, it was absolutely amazing

Louise from Chichester

Sleep Routine

As a mum of six, I know just how over whelming this whole ‘new mum thing’ can be. So at SweetDreamers© we’ve taken the time to compile some useful information which we hope will help in those early days or may be handy for when your baby just doesn’t seem to be that interested in sleep….....

It's always a good idea to establish a calming bedtime routine to help settle your little one down for the night.

This could consist of:

bath time with soothing lavender baby bubbles –
why not try Johnson’s Bedtime Bath Lavender and Camomile Baby Bath? See reviews on reviewcentre

wrapping your baby in a luxurious soft cuddly towel –
a fabulous range of innovative hooded baby towels, aprons and accessories are now widely available in most high street stores and are highly recommended.

followed by a little baby massage –
why not try a local class? Check out netmums for advice

Then quietly settling your ‘bundle of joy down’ to sleep in a dimly lit room with his favourite comforter - we are currently designing our own range of SweetDreamers© comforters which will be available on this site from Summer 2012.  Another great way of emulating the tight security of the womb is to try swaddling your baby, again there are a great range of swaddles now widely available.

 

Of course, using our SweetDreamers© sleep products at the final stage of this bedtime routine would help your little one contentedly drift off to into peaceful slumber, transforming your bedtime routine into a happy experience for all.

For those times when your baby’s sleep routine doesn’t quite go to plan, here are some further really helpful sites:

National Child Birth Trust – NCBT gives great advice on frequent waking, teething etc
Ask Baby – advice on colic, baby wind etc

Cri-Sis – advice on how to cope and remedy persistent crying 
Cranial Osteopathy – information on just what cranial osteopathy is and how it can help babies with all sorts of problems.