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Wanted - lullaby CDs to help get my baby off to sleep at night

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JessHudson Sat 26-Sep-09 00:14:58

Hi all,

In the last 3 months my baby has become very restless at night times, it's not every night but sometimes I just can't get her to switch off in the evenings. I've heard there may be some lullaby CD's out there designed to help babies to sleep, but I don't know the name of the CDs or the company that makes them, to be able to search for them! Can anyone help me PLEEEEEEEEASE!?!?

Thank you

shelleylou Sat 26-Sep-09 00:23:52

I have a winnie the pooh one with a book that helped ds when he was very restless. I dont know if its the sort you mean though. He has it played during the day sometimes too to try calm him down now hes a toddler. If you like i can get the name of it for you

lisad123wantsherquoteinDM Sat 26-Sep-09 00:30:48

early learning or mother care be best idea

lisad123wantsherquoteinDM Sat 26-Sep-09 00:33:05

or here

EightiesChick Sat 26-Sep-09 00:43:07

Not a CD but I have a Tomy Starlight box that plays choice of three tunes and projects images of teddy bears etc onto the ceiling. Although, in daylight it is effectively like a CD unless you have blackout blinds as you just see the projected images. You can set it to play for 5 or 10 mins. This has worked well with my DS. Have a look at it here.

EightiesChick Sat 26-Sep-09 00:44:49

Sorry - meant that in daylight you can't see the projected images. It has sent my DS to sleep both in daylight and during the night, anyway.

maxybrown Sun 27-Sep-09 00:55:35

I have a cd where all the music feaqtured is at the tempo for calm - we used it in school. It's lovely too, very relaxing! Can email me if you like about it?

tellnoone Sun 27-Sep-09 01:27:34

I love this cd

Cowwomanmoo Sun 27-Sep-09 01:37:42

I found white noise on a radio or one of those nature sound machines are much better.
Music can sometimes stimulate certain babies.

MrsBadger Sun 27-Sep-09 06:53:01

we burnt our own, consisting of tracks we liked, so when it (inevitably) is played repeatedly, in the car, at grandma's etc we don't throttle each other

ours goes
Universe and You (acoustic version) KT Tunstall
When the leaves have fallen - Willy Mason
Let there be love - Oasis
Brick - Ben Folds Five (edit the swearing off the end)
Paper Aeroplane - KT Tunstall again
Waltzing Matilda - The Pogues
Set the fire to the third bar - Snow Patrol
The World That I Wanted - Willy Mason again
Only living boy in New York - Simon & Garfunkel

Orissiah Sun 27-Sep-09 14:33:10

When my DD was in her first year we used white noise for naps and a Mothercare newborn music CD for night. Worked a treat. Didn't need them as she got older.

Orissiah Sun 27-Sep-09 14:33:54

The Mothercare CD was based on womb sounds.

Acinonyx Sun 27-Sep-09 17:36:22

We used Classic fm for babies CDs among others.

cloudedyellow Sun 27-Sep-09 18:55:41

Lullaby - Sophie Barker
You can buy CD at Amazon. My dgs seemed to relax to this.

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