Twilight Turtle night light for star-filled sleep

Filed under: Babies, Development/Milestones: Babies, Decor, Bedtime

I'm slowly working my way up to teaching my baby, Quin, how to fall asleep on his own. He's been nursed to sleep at nap time since he was born. As I start developing a new routine for him - bath, stories, cuddles - I'm still trying to come up with one more cue that says, yo, it's sleep time, baby. For my older son, it was playing a CD of classical lullabies. But Q. is not so much into the tunes at bedtime.

Now I've spied this Twilight Turtle night light and it's on my wish list. The Twilight Turtle is a stuffed animal with a hard outer shell and it projects stars on the walls and ceiling of a dark room. You can have the stars glow in blue, green or white and it automatically shuts off after a certain period of time.I love the idea of having Q. see the stars before he dozes off. And I really dig that it's something he could use as he grows into a toddler and preschooler.

The Twilight Turtle is part of the Sleep Sheep and Friends line by Cloud B. It retails for US$34.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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