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Award Winning Sleepytot Comforter

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NO MORE DUMMY RUNS!

The award-winning baby comforters have little velcro paws which hold up to 4 dummies, soothers or teethers. The Millpond Child Sleep Clinic and sleep consultants worldwide recommend our comforters as a way of helping little ones find their dummies easily at night and return to sleep without fully waking.

No more dummy runs in the night. Sleepytot will help your little one find their own dummies.  Guess what?  Tried, tested and it works!

How many times do you get up every night and find yourself on hands and knees searching under the cot, in the darkness for the elusive dummies?

Adapters are for button-type pacifiers (those without rings) such as Mam, Nuby, Razbaby. 

They can also be purchased separately here Dummy Adapters .  All other pacifiers such as BIBS that have rings can be attached straight to the Sleepytot's velcro paws without an adapter.

AU/NZ/EU/UK/USA safety approved

As per the Rednose Guidelines regarding soft toys in a cot https://rednose.org.au/article/soft-toys-in-the-cot

  • Keep soft toys out of the sleeping environment for babies under seven months of age because they may cover the nose and mouth and interfere with breathing.
  • The risk posed by suffocation by the presence of soft objects in the baby’s sleeping environment outweighs any benefit to the baby from a soft toy. It is therefore advised not place soft toys and other soft objects in the cot for babies under seven months of age.
  • Seven month old babies are more likely to explore objects in their sleeping environments than younger babies. Some babies over seven months of age may appreciate a small object such as a soft toy to provide comfort and connection (transitional object1) during times of separation from their parent.
  • Keep the cot free of large soft toys, pillows, bumpers, activity centres and anything else that could be ‘stacked’ to assist a young child/toddler to climb out of the cot.  Please visit our safe sleep page safe-sleep-comforters

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