A new idea and use for NapCap was just passed on to us. A mother of a 4 month month old contacted us to say she found NapCap so much help at nursing time. Her baby at four months was getting more curious and fidgetity when nursing and therefore cutting short the time she could engage her child in nursing, resulting in a less than satisfactory feeding. She decided to give Napcap a try at feeding time. NapCap came to the rescue. NapCap’s soft veil can be raised or lowered and arranged in a number of ways. For the challenging moments during breastfeeding, lower the veil half-way so that the veil covers the periphery of the babies eyes ( like blinders on the side of their head) but not so far down that the babies eyes covered. In this position the baby and mother can look at each other, yet the surrounding stimulating environment is blocked to the infant. The result with NapCap’s veil half- lowered was the the mother and baby could focus on each other. Baby was not distracted by her surroundings and relaxed and concentrated fully on nursing. The mother reported that the nursing time was extended and proved much more satisfactory to both she and her child. We appreciate hearing about any and all ways NapCaps can help mothers and babies. Keep the stories coming.
Archive for June, 2011
We have recently heard from a mother that she was searching everywhere for a baby sleep mask close to what she loved to wear to help her sleep. She says she lucked upon Baby NapCap’s website and immediately sent in an order. She said the soft material of the visor and the spandex hat band helped the cap stay in place on her baby and was so pleased that NapCap helped with her daughter’s increasing distractibility when it was time to sleep. It is to be noted that Napcap is a “new” solution. It is a patent pending innovative product new to the marketplace. Napcap is not like the familar sleep masks, but a new idea for babies. NapCap was developed for infants and newborns with the intention that the mask material will float over the baby’s eyes. The material will not touch the eyelids and therefor cannot impede the blinking of an infant’s eyes. It is safe and does not cover the airway passages. This is the only sleep aid mask made especially for babies with their total comfort in mind.