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Pediatrician Approved Infant Sleep Mask

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

It’s safe. It’s unique. It’s like no other sleep mask. It is an infant cap that has a soft, light weight veil over the babies eyes, that “floats” over the eyes and nose and does not restrict in any way the eyelids or breathing passages! NapCap merely shades out the light and distractions from babies vision in every environment. When that happens, like magic, a baby is able to relax and close their eyes and soothe themselves to sleep. NapCap was especially invented for those busy, active and easily over stimulated babies who have difficulty getting to sleep.

Make Night Sleeping Different from Daytime Naps

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

A baby does not differentiate from a nap or from nighttime sleep, so you need to help him learn. You can help you baby stay in a sleepy state all night by keeping nighttime quiet and dark. When he awakes in the night, do not talk. Say “shhhh” or “night-night” but refrain from conversation. Do not turn on the lights. Use only a night light if necessary. Keep your activity slow and quiet. Change diapers only if very necessary from a soiled or very wet diaper and then do it efficiently and quickly using a warm wipe on that sleepy bottom. And do cover the windows if early morning light comes in. Cover the source of light with blinds, thick curtains or even temporary shield of cardboard. Keep activity toys out of the sleeping area so he won’t have the idea of play time.
Try using the same cue words at bedtime each night, such as “shhh, shhh, it’s night-night”. Also remember that Baby NapCap is the greatest of cues, when NapCap is on, it is light and distractions out, it’s time to sleep. Use NapCap when ever it is time for baby to sleep. Consistent use of NapCap will make NapCap your best helper at nap time.

Sleepless Nights, Missed Naps?

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Going crazy, extra tired? I am talking about you, the new mother. How about some help? Baby NapCap to the rescue.
Develop healthy sleep habits, and have a happy rested child with NapCap. Napcap is an infant sleep mask that I invented to help quiet and soothe my fourth grand daughter. It worked so well for her that I committed to the project of manufacturing and bringing the brand new idea to market. The concept is, the veil or soft bill of the cap can be lowered over the eyes of your infant to block out light and environmental distractions. This allows the baby to let go of the things that are happening around him and calm himself and relax. They can ease themselves off to sleep. The NapCap veil floats over the eyes and nose and does not impede the eyelids like some caps and masks do. Give it a try if your infant has a hard time letting go and gets fussier the longer the nap is delayed. It works like magic. Remember to use NapCap every time it is nap time and it will become a cue for the baby to sleep. Enjoy lots of good rest, baby and mother!

Twice an Award Winner – NapCap

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

The 2016 Creative Child Magazine Awards Program consisting of moms and educators has awarded Baby NapCap PRODUCT OF THE YEAR!
Baby Maternity Magazine Awards Program consisting of moms and moms-to-be has awarded Baby NapCap TOP CHOICE OF THE YEAR!

Sleep Schedule

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Baby NapCap has been especially designed for your infant and you to help with napping and sleeping.
It’s normal for your newborn to snooze on and off all day, but between 2 and 4 months, his sleep should consolidate into two or three longer naps. That’s the perfect opportunity to institute a regular sleep schedule, which not only makes your day more predictable but also makes napping easier for your baby, since he’ll quickly learn what to expect from his routine.
A general schedule might be: a morning nap about two hours after waking, and an afternoon nap about two or three hours after the morning nap ends. Once you have a general routine in place, make your schedule as firm or as flexible as you and your baby prefer.
It will be hard for your baby to sleep well at night if he isn’t napping well during the day. The more exhausted your baby is from a restless day, the harder it will be for him to fall asleep and stay asleep at night. Daytime distractions, busy schedules, and little bodies that just won’t quit can make naps tricky to achieve. We, at NapCap have found that with repeated and consistent use of NapCap at nap time, your baby will learn that NapCap means NapTime.
Enjoy every waking and sleeping moment of your precious little one’s life. NapCap ….Helping Babies Sleep!


Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

The 2016 Baby maternity Magazine Awards Program consisting of new moms and moms-to-be has awarded Baby NapCap a 2016 TOP CHOICE OF THE YEAR AWARD! Thank you for your valued opinion and for the appreciated recognition.


Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

The 2016 Creative Child Magazine Awards Program consisting of moms and educators Programs has awarded Baby NapCap a 2016 PRODUCT OF THE YEAR award! Thank you for your valued opinion and for the wonderful recognition.

NapCap for Infants

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

Here is a comment from a happy mother, Tara C. ” I purchased a NapCap for my daughter who is very sensitive to stimulus. I love your product and it worked like a charm. Then my daughter’s head got too big for it so I could no longer use it properly, she is 6 months right now. I would love to see you make different sizes, I tend to have babies with larger heads, and I’m sure other mothers do too. Thank you so much for making this useful cap, it was such a blessing when it fit. I tell everyone with babies about it. I wish you all the best.”
Thank you Tara for your very thoughtful comments. I am so happy you have found a help from NapCap. It seems people are finding out that NapCap does have a unique function and utility that really helps babies block out distractions and fall to sleep. We have added Spandex to the band of the cap and created a slightly larger crown to help make cap fit longer for our babies. NapCap is designed for a newborn up to approximately 16 lbs. or just around 5-6 months depending on the baby’s size. We are working towards the time when we can add a larger size and also a “preemie” size. We have also been asked to create an adult size!
Thank you for spreading the word about NapCap. It really is a one of a kind functional cap that is invaluable for those infants that have sleep issues.

Infant Sleep Mask – yes,there is one!

Friday, April 15th, 2016

Hello Mothers and Caregivers of those babies who have a hard time going to sleep: Yes, there is an infant sleep mask available….NapCap. It is not a blindfold that impedes the baby’s eyes or prevents the eyelids from opening. It is a safe, soft, veil or bill on a cap that folds up and down and floats over the baby’s eyes. The veil shades out light and blocks the distractions from the environment. The veil does not cover the airways of the nose or mouth, yet it shields the infant from the harshness of the bright, busy and overstimulating surroundings. Help awaits with NapCap. Give up putting blankets, cloths, hands over the baby’s eyes. Give up those tight pull down caps that keep the baby from opening and closing their eyes. Try NapCap. It is safe and comfortable and useful in so many ways and places. Pediatrician approved It is an invention that is much more than a cap.

NapCap Promotes Napping

Saturday, February 20th, 2016

Mothers, grandparents, caregivers; here is your perfect aid and solution to sleep problems with your baby. NapCap promotes napping by blocking out light and distractions that so often over stimulate babies. NapCap relaxes mild tension and calms your baby, inducing very important, rejuvenating, restful naps. With consistent use it has been found to promote a learned response to sleep. Use NapCap, a perfect, comfortable, non-binding, and safe way to help maintain your baby’s sleeping routine wherever you are.