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SAVE OUR SLEEP. TIZZIE HALL 

Save Our Sleep baby comforters are a great way to help pacify and settle your little one back to sleep. A baby comforter is an aid that a baby uses to help relax and can include any number of items like a comforter blanket or soft toy.

If your child has a comforter it can be used as a fantastic aid when starting childcare for the first time, Dr's visit or staying over at a relative's home. They can take their comforter with them which can be very reassuring and settling when mum and Dad aren't present.

Not all children will accept or want a baby comforter, but if they do - we advise getting a second one as back up.  Rotate the comforter regularly so they are both in the same condition as once an attachment has been made - there is no fooling baby if it gets lost and the only replacement offered is a brand new comforter.

Studies have shown that babies and toddlers who use a baby comforter are significantly more likely to sleep through the night than those with no comforter. When your child forms an attachment to a comforter they are able to use it to self soothe, which is essential if your baby is to learn how to sleep through the night without calling for you.

Remember to get a good quality baby comforter that your baby loves and everyone gets a good night’s sleep.

BABY COMFORTER OPTIONS -

SAVE OUR SLEEP. BABY COMFORTER. DESIGNED BY TIZZIE HALL

  • Grey Elzzie
  • Bizzie Bunny
  • Blue Elzzie
  • Dizzie Dog
  • Fizzie Frog
  • Lizzie Lamb
  • Mizzie Monkey
  • Pink Elzzie

SAVE OUR SLEEP BABY COMFORTER REVIEW - BY OOPSIE

When we first set about adding a range of comforters to Oopsie our first stop was Save Our Sleep by Tizzie Hall.  Whether you agree with her philosophy of parenting or not - she makes some pretty cute comforters and we had to have them.

Soft and cute - the Save Our Sleep comforters are a more traditional looking comforter making them a great nursery idea or baby gift.

My first born daughter, loved, her comforter it was called 'blankie' and she used it until she was 4 !! She decided she was too old for her comforter (and believe me the comforter was pretty beat up by then) but she got so much joy from using it during those early years.

I introduced a comforter by first using it during breast feeding and she slowly transferred onto using it instead of me for comfort. This was especially great as I had to go back to work and I knew that as long as she had her comforter 'blankie' she would cuddle up happily and sleep and day-care or when she was being looked after by family or friends.