Pampers recently launched the Sound Sleep, Sound Development campaign, in partnership with the Mother & Child Nurses Association of the Philippines (MCNAP). Pampers Brand Manager Camille Aquino shared, “This campaign aims to educate moms on the importance of complete night-time sleep for babies. We acknowledge that when baby sleeps through, night after night, it is a key step in baby’s development,”
To help mommies better understand what complete night-time sleep means for babies, Pampers sets up an interactive exhibit in Megamall Events Center last Monday. The exhibit features 4 booths that showcases our baby’s dreamworld and what is happening when they are asleep. It also provides key information for mommies to better appreciate the importance of complete night-time sleep to babies.
Yours truly together with Mommy blogger Frances Amper-Sales opened the exhibit with a very light discussion about our kids and sleep. We talk about the challenges we faced when putting them to sleep as well as how to ensure that our babies have a complete sleep. Frances and I are both breastfeeding moms and we both agreed that it’s the “dede” that can surely put them back to sleep.
When I was asked what is the most memorable sleep moment for me, it’s when they start sleeping through the night. Eh di ba ang saya nun! Mas mahabang tulog para kay Mommy! Well, a complete night is actually more beneficial to babies than the mommies. Philippine Society of Sleep Medicine Dr. Luis Rivera Jr. reveals what complete sleep does for babies and MCNAP President Alicia Estiller also agree that complete night-time sleep is very important to baby’s development and growth.
But from my experience, even though they are already sleeping through the night, minsan pag may discomfort, nagigising talaga ang mga bagets kaya I always make sure to keep them at the most comfortable as possible. And yes that includes trusting a diaper that can last through the night.
Looking back, I never really had a hard time putting my kids to sleep, except for my oldest son who experienced colic during his first few months. It was a battle putting him to sleep and more battle keeping him that way. A slight noise and he’d be awake and crying. Then I heard about WHITE NOISE. And I was like, seryoso? akala ko white lie and meron.. meron din palang white noise!
Ano nga ba ang white noise?
Alam nyo ung radyo pag walang signal? or ang TV pag tapos na ang palabas? Yes that dzzzzz sound that we hear!
A study has been made and the result was more than 3 times of the number of babies in studied fell asleep with the use of white noise. I can attest to that as it really helped us in putting my colicky baby to sleep longer. Pampers also believes in the use of white noise. You can red more about Why Babies Love White Noise here.
How about you mommies? Have you tried using white noise with your baby? If not, do you think it’s a good aide for babies to sleep? Please tell what you think at the comment section 🙂