If the cuteness of the Bubs for Babes - Ellie Baby Comforters don't get you, their buttery soft features sure will!.
The Ellie Baby Comforter - The gorgeous, soft baby comforter made from soft, luxurious fleece. Satin ears featuring Bubs printed fabric and satin printed tail taglet. Embroidered eye so that there’s nothing for baby to pull off. All lovely textures for baby to suck and feel.
The soft, soothing colours of the Bubs for Babes Baby Comforters, and the absence of detachable parts that might represent a choking hazard, mean that both you and baby will finally get some worry-free sleep! Most children rely on their comforter when they are worried, afraid, or tired. They are usually needed at times such as bedtime, nap time, or when staying with someone else such as with a childminder or at nursery.
Before giving the Bubs for Babes Baby Comforter to your baby, keep it close to your skin for a few hours or overnight so that it smells of you. From infancy, you can pop the comforter in your baby’s basket or cot so that she can smell or see it nearby. Even just being able to see the comforter at this early age can give your baby the security she needs to fall back to sleep, especially if it smells all yummy like you.
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 she’s able to use it to self soothe, which is essential if she is to learn how to sleep through the night without calling for you. So everyone gets a good night’s sleep.
If you currently rock, cuddle or feed your baby to sleep, you are probably finding that you need to do that several times throughout the night to help your baby go back to sleep after she wakes. Baby comforters work in the same way as rocking and feeding your baby because they aid her to sleep. The difference is that she can use the comforter independently, without calling for you. Her comforter will provide reassurance during times of stress, change, or separation.
Studies have also found that baby comforters play a major role in helping children to cope when anxious or concerned. Research has even found that baby comforters are as effective as mum in reducing any moderate distress in babies. If your baby is struggling to sleep through the night, a baby comforter could prove to be a worthwhile investment.