Nothing beats the sight of an infant peacefully sleeping through the night. Though it is often a struggle to get there, most mamas can see an end to multiple night awakenings by the time their bambino is just a few months old. For those looking for something more immediate, an expensive, but innovate product might provide them with the solution they've been looking for.
Easidream ($450) is designed to mimic the sounds and feelings of the womb, right in the baby's crib. The pneumatically powered system includes a ventilated pad that fits securely under a crib mattress and gently rocks back and forth or side to side, much like the movement a baby feels prior to birth. A plush sheep that attaches to the side of the crib is also used to mimic the sound of the mother's heartbeat and glow a faint light.
Would you invest in such an item if your wee one were fussy through the night?