Anybody had any successes with a snoozeshade?

(7 Posts)
FifiFerusha Fri 27-May-16 10:06:26

Just wondering really. DS won't sleep in a pushchair and wondered whether to fork out the pounds and try one of these out or whether it is worth it.
Just feel like I might be somehow putting him in a pushchair prison and he may hate it. Any experiences of using one much appreciated.

Kaz4755 Fri 27-May-16 10:17:53

Hello, I have bought one and not yet used it (like many of the baby things I bought! grin however tesco sell the same thing for about £12 I think, might be a bit cheaper. My friend uses it all the time for her baby, she is now 18 months and as soon as the snooze shade goes on she goes to sleep...I live in hope the same will happen for me!

FifiFerusha Fri 27-May-16 10:31:45

Thank you. Good to know that I could get one cheaper at tescos. Seems hard to part with money if it might not work. Have you tired yours get?

FifiFerusha Fri 27-May-16 10:32:22

Oops, I mean 'yet'

Tumtitum Fri 27-May-16 11:13:11

I bought one for holiday and I found that if I put my DD (nearly 4 months) in the pushchair asleep then the snooze shade helps her stay asleep. But if I put it on when she's awake the light dances through the ventilation holes and she is fascinated by all the patterns! Similarly with one for car seat there are no patterns but she generally cries as I think she feels in prisoned! That said my little one is a bugger to nap anyway so you may have more success! smile

mrsmugoo Fri 27-May-16 11:21:00

Mine was an absolute life saver! My DS would fight sleep like crazy but 5 mins being pushed down the road with the snooze shade on and he was out like a light.

IamChipmunk Sun 29-May-16 20:57:08

Best 'baby item' we bought!
DS would never sleep in his cot and would only sleep in the pram if covered. We got one originally at 5 months to go on his buggy on holiday. It worked so well we never took it off!
So much better than trying to pin/hold a blanket down!
Used to put him in the buggy, put the shade down. Push for 5 mins and asleep!

He is nearly two and we have just in the last few weeks got him to nap in his cot as he was getting too big for the pram!

I would highly recommend!

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