Does your child get to sleep easily?
Does your child sleep regularly through the night?
Does your child nap consistently through the day?
Do you fall asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow?
If you answered ‘no’ to any of these questions but really wish you could’ve answered ‘yes’, then I have something probably (definitely) life changing to share with you. I’m sure some of you out there have already discovered this product and to you, I take my hat off. But for me, it has been a recent discovery.
A good mum friend of mine had trouble with both her children’s sleep, particularly her four-year-old daughter’s, literally (literally, literally) forever and this was obviously impacting her ability to get some shut eye herself.
That’s when Glow Dreaming came into her life.
It’s effectively an epic night light and before buying this product, her daughter had never slept through the night. Not once. Since Glow Dreaming has become an addition in her daughter’s room, she has slept through the night, every night, for nearly two months. Yes, TWO WHOLE MONTHS.
“I tried everything I could think of. Sleep school, sleep consultants, different bedtime routines and other ‘sleep’ products that are meant to assist in developing a regular sleep routine but nothing worked," Lauren said.
Lauren was initially skeptical after another friend of hers suggested she try Glow Dreaming. But with the assurance of a 28 day refund policy and a dedicated customer care team devoted to answering questions and offering advice related to the product, she thought that she had nothing to lose. And as it turns out, she didn’t (apart from the frequent night visits from her daughter).
According to their website Glow Dreaming also has a 98 per cent success rate and from the people I have heard that have used it, this sounds pretty accurate to me.
Lauren and her daughter showed me their Glow Dreaming, I loved that it isn't just a ‘night light’ but it also has other sleepy time features such as aromatherapy, a humidifier and ‘pink noise’. You can pick and choose which features you actually use, whether it be all four or just one.