Archive for March, 2015

What is NapCap?

Monday, March 9th, 2015

NapCap safely promotes napping by blocking out light and other distractions. Helps baby focus while nursing. NapCap also acts as a sun shade for baby’s eyes or back of neck.
For families on the go, NapCap will help maintain your baby’s sleep routine no matter where you happen to be, indoors or out. You can provide comfort for your baby in many challenging environments – the car, stroller, airplanes, restaurants, stores, parties, day care, and even if in NICU.
NAPCAP PROMOTES SLEEP SAFELY. NAPCAP MEANS NAP TIME!

Cry it out?

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Letting your baby “cry it out” is not the Only way your baby will learn to sleep.
Use Napcap every time you put your infant to sleep, NapCap will become a cue. It has been said that when parents focus on consistent timing, motionless sleep and consistency in a soothing style, babies learn to sleep.
As a grandmother, and I know babies want to sleep, but it does not always come instantly. This is their time to grow and absorb what a tremendous about they have learned that day. It is super important. They need to regenerate. Mothers get over tired and rush the sleeping process. NapCap is an answer. Have NapCap with you handy in your diaper bag for everywhere in your busy schedule.

Shield for germs!

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Hello mothers: just wanted to report a new use beyond an aid for napping and sleeping for Baby NapCap sent in by our Amazon friends and customers! Yes, there is yet another benefit to Baby NapCap that has been reported. It is protection from those sneezes and coughs that happen around the baby. Quoting a customer; “Works perfect for sleeping babies and good way to keep others coughing on their face. Great light weight material.” Suggestion for you: have your NapCap with you in your diaper bag if you are in crowds. I am thinking about the times my daughter takes her infant with her to pick up her kindergartner at school, and of course any other public places. Lots of flu and colds out there. This is so interesting to me, the inventor, because this was not on my radar when I created this product. Nor was the wonderful benefit of helping with nursing. Lactation nurses say that the blinder effect of bending only the sides of the cap bill, which allows babys eyes to be directed to mother, help with focusing the baby on task of nursing. Babies are less distracted and can accomplish a better and longer feeding.
Hope you will all pass the word to other mothers. NapCap works.