See why Ruth Crilly, a model and a mum of two, regretted she put off using Whisbear for way too long!
A Whisbear saved my life. Alright, it didn’t save my life, but it did save my sanity. And to think – I poo-poohed the idea of even reviewing one! – if you want to find out why did Ruth hesitate to try Whisbear, and learn from her own experience, why you should not delay introducing Whisbear, you must read her blog. You will not regret it!
I thought that we had the sleep situation pretty much down to pat, but after a week or so of Angelica sleeping through, she began to wake up again multiple times a night (teeth? hungry? who knows) and the days of walking about like a knackered Zombie were back. I had a modicum of success with the iPhone app “Sound Sleeper”, but having to leave my iPhone in the baby’s bedroom all night, from 7pm, wasn’t ideal. I didn’t like the idea of the baby being next to the phone when it was on, either, so I used to put it on airplane mode, which meant that nobody could text or phone me after seven.
So, the Whisbear, then…