Updated: Sep 1, 2018
When you’re not getting enough, it’s often all you can think about. I have four children(two under two). I get very little sleep and a lack of sleep really can send us a little delirious. Getting a good night’s sleep is really important for our health and mental wellbeing. You’ll resort to any means necessary to get your newborn off to sleep – rocking, feeding, patting, singing, swinging from cot to drawers to door frame to avoid treading on the squeaky floorboards of the bedroom….Yes, I’ve done that, and still do that even after 4 children!
The more they sleep the more I get to rest but it’s not something you can necessarily control – therefore I do welcome natural and gentle ways of helping them fall asleep and stay asleep.
Getting enough sleep is essential to Baby’s development – and your sanity! This Works is well known for it’s lovely lavender scented sprays Sleep Sprays, but do you know they also do one for babies! Lull them peacefully to sleep with a spritz of This Works The Baby Deep Sleep Pillow Spray which is a ultra-gentle sleep spray that can put even the crankiest baby into a deep sleep. Especially for children and babies, this spray comes with relaxing and calming vetivert, chamomile, and lavender, along with other ingredients, such as ormenis multicaulis flower extract, which are safety-approved and gentle on babies. The spray is a milder version of This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray. It is formulated without the use of sulphates, phthalates, parabens, or artificial fragrances.
The Baby Deep Sleep Pillow Spray can be gently sprayed onto the pillow or on the baby’s cot before bedtime and will help baby sink into bed and catch some zzzzs. A few spritzes of This Works smells wonderful AND helps baby relax and prep them for sleep.
• Does not cause irritation
• Soothes the baby into natural sleep
• 100% natural formula
• Gives you peace of mind
• Allows your child to develop a regular and calm sleeping pattern
Sleep is extremely important so we need to make sure that we are helping ourselves and child get a good night’s slumber. As Thomas Dekker once said
“ Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together”
Struggling to sleep or just want to make the most of your time in the land of nod? Replenished, restored, rebalanced, or refreshed, what are your tips for getting a good nights sleep for yourself and child?
(this post is not sponsored by This Works).