Why the Lulla Doll is so good

All new Mums (and Dads) have been there, baby... won’t... sleep!

Yes, yes, yes... we have all heard of the fourth trimester, which, as a breast feeding mama, I found during the day not to bad; but at night time!! Omg! My baby would ONLY sleep on me.  After a month or two it starts to take its toll. Baby is fast a sleep in your arms and then as soon as you try to put them down. Hysterical tears! Or 40% of the time it works and they stay down, and then you accidentally trip over a shoe and wake up the baby!!! I’ve been there and I don't think I'm alone!

That’s where the Lulla Doll comes into play.

So basically, as soon as I received the Lulla Doll, I put it in my bra (yep you heard that right... down my bra) and left it there for a few hours to soak up all those lovely smells. The science behind this is that the Lulla Doll is made from a material which can absorb smells which if done correctly will help to soothe and comfort your little one. Furthermore when you turn it on, it makes breathing and heart beat sounds.

This amazing doll is an Icelandic innovation and was designed under the single idea 'to make a product that imitated closeness when their parents needed to be away'.

So, when I put down my baby, I put the Lulla Doll in the crib right against or sometimes hugging her. It comforts her by helping her drift off to sleep quicker but also helping to keep her asleep longer. And we know what a sleeping baby means... A little freedom to do what you need to do. Hello toilet, dinner, neck relief!

I love how the new Lulla Doll runs for 12 hours, which makes it the ultimate sleep companion for your little one. It also comes in three different colours - Sky, Coral and Lilac.

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