Dream Pillow Review

We’ve always had a bit of an issue with Jack at bedtimes. Sometimes it’s difficult to get him to sleep but then once he is asleep, he usually doesn’t stay that way all night.

Dream Pillow have a great way to help with this by introducing the 6 senses. Which are Taste, Smell, Sight, Hearing, Touch and the last one is common sense which introduces the dream pillow. Lily’s Little Learners has a great post on this and you can read that here.

The dream pillow is a beautiful item. It mixes a cuddly teddy and a pillow. They have a few different designs but we chose Sharkie

Jack has been trying it out and has loved it! We cuddle and talk about what he would like to dream about. He snuggles down and cuddles it and drifts off. He’s slept in all night long for days now so it’s definitely working.

It comes with a lovely cloud shaped paper pad to write your dreams down but Jack has chosen to just whisper what he would like to dream about. As long as it works I don’t mind how he does it. Harry also likes the pillow and does use the notepad. Jack goes to bed first and when he is asleep Harry comes up so it’s a good way for them to share the pillow.

Take a look on the Dream Pillow site and tell me which one would you choose?

*we were gifted this pillow in exchange for a review but all opinions are honest and my own.

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