The new baby girl in our family started with NapCap on her first day in the hospital after her arrival. Today she is 5 months old. She just went sleep with her NapCap on in 30 seconds after her mid morning bottle. Yes, 30 seconds! We have consistently used NapCap at every nap and she knows the cue! NapCap on! Lights and distractions out! Nap time in! Believe me you have to try this. I am a grandmother who knows from direct experience with two grand babies. I invented and then manufacturered the NapCap because of the fussy first grand baby and it worked for her and it has also worked like a charm for #2. Pass the word on to all new parents and their caregivers.
Archive for August, 2014
Daytime distractions, busy schedules, and little bodies that just won’t quit can make naps tricky to achieve. Ironically, 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. Common problems that crop up at naptime, are a lack of schedule, unusual locations and sleep arrangements, distractions in the immediate area, including noise, and too much light.
Have your NapCap handy at all times and in all places. You may find you are delayed somewhere and your schedule will go off track. You may be in the wrong place with lots other unusual things going on to disturb your baby. Use NapCap to solve the problems. NapCap blocks out light and distractions from the environment and allows the baby to relax, calm themselves, and fall to sleep. Use NapCap consistently at naptime and it be become a cue for the baby to sleep.
Make it easy for your baby to sleep well at night because he is sleeping will during the day.