“For those of you who have been following us for a while, you know my twins are terrible sleepers. Now, in their defense, it’s not really their fault or mine. They were born at 36 weeks and weighed 4lbs 9oz and 4lbs 14oz. Somehow, we were blessed with two healthy babies,” said Lace, a mom of twins and blogger behind Lace & Twins.
“Whisbear emits pink noise, which is supposed to mimic the sounds that used to sooth them in the womb. We have a white noise machine in our room as well, and this is a very different sound. Since adding Whisbear to our family, we’ve had quicker bedtimes, actual naps and the girls have a 6 hour stretch! Normally it would take an hour for me to get the twins to nurse and go to sleep but now we’re down to 30 minutes or less. THAT is huge.”
She wasn’t sold when she first saw Whisbear, but now she and her family swer by it.
“I admit I was skeptical but it works and here is my proof: In the middle of the night, I prefer to individually nurse my girls. We tandem feed for time sake during the day but overnight, I find it more efficient to do one-on-one; plus I enjoy the snuggles! Recently though, when one wakes up, so does the other. Whisbear kicks on as soon as the other twin starts fussing and almost immediately, that twin goes back to sleep, which allows me to finish nursing the one and then switch them out. It’s truly amazing!”