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Baby Blanket Music

Like many parents I've had my struggles with getting my children to sleep. I've rocked and sang, left on the light and even let them watch a movie while going to sleep. Even at 4 my youngest still has a really difficult time falling asleep some nights. So when I got a chance to review Baby Blanket Music I was excited that maybe just maybe something would help her fall asleep at a decent hour.
My daughter is quite the music lover so when it arrived in the mail she was eager to try it out. I chose the Billy Joel album because I felt it would be most relaxing for her. If there is a reason to dance she will lol so I put it on during the day to see how she would react to it. After all I didn't want bed time backfiring on me! She sat with me and listened to the entire CD not once getting up just telling me how nice the music was. I was so relieved to find not only did she enjoy the music but didn't have the urge to get up and dance to it. Come bed time we put on the CD instead of her normal movie and she was passed out by the 4th song, yep by 8pm! She has been enjoying her new CD all week and I have been enjoying an extra 2 hours of quite productiveness. Best part is they have so many different options from music of Garth Brooks to music by Lady Gaga. You can head over and listen to some snippets of the CDs to see which one your child my enjoy :O) 
**I received this product in order to provide a complete and honest review. All opinions stated are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

Comments

Wow! What a unique idea! I will be looking into this for baby 4!
Jenn said…
LOVE this!! Thanks for sharing!! :)
Kecia said…
This is cool! My son has always needed music to sleep at night.
I got the Micheal Jackson compilation, so fun and such a cute idea!
Shayla Burks said…
Sound interesting! I wonder if it would work on Taylor; but she tries to conduct everything she hears...
LOVE MELISSA:) said…
That is so cool! I love that idea! Thank you!
Mellissa Hanks said…
Well you know Allison lol it may just work. You can borrow it and see how she likes it.
amy2blessings said…
This is cool, very creative.
Amanda T said…
Very cool! Such a fun idea!
royalegacy said…
So neat! What a wonderful idea. I will look further into this.

Danielle @ Royalegacy
kewkew said…
What a neat idea. Sounds great
Celebrate Woman said…
Very creative and I would use it too.

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