Multi award winning ewan the dream sheep is a simple yet effective tool for settling restless babies and toddlers into a peaceful slumber. Cute, cuddly ewan attaches securely to the cot bars or sit him next to your moses basket, and plays real heartbeat and womb sound combinations that mimic the noises babies hear inside the womb. These comforting sounds have been proven to be effective for settling and calming even the most restless newborns, as they make the difficult transition from womb to world. Even better is that ewan has a choice of 3 further pink noise sound combinations- similar to white noise but more effective–which are suitable for older babies and toddlers, so he can go on helping with your sleep routine well on into the pre-school years. Please note sounds may differ from pre-summer 2014 ewans: please contact us directly if you have a specific requirement. ewan loves to travel, so if you’re out and about he can be attached to the buggy or car seat so your little one can be comforted ‘on the go’ and there’s no chance of leaving him behind. With his useful tail you could even securely attach a dummy or teether. ewan also doubles as a nightlight, thanks to his soft pink comforting glow, so no need to buy one of these as an extra and his calming soft light simply adds to his charm. Requires 3 x AAA batteries.Popular new grey colourway: gender neutral and calming, grey is a fantastic colour theme for a nursery and the perfect place for ewan.
Effective tool for settling restless babies and toddlers into a peaceful slumber.
Attaches securely to cot bars or can be placed next to your moses basket. Take ewan on the go attached to the buggy or car seat.
Plays actual heartbeat and womb sound combinations that mimic the noises babies hear inside the womb together with soothing pink glow. Sounds and light play for 20 mins.
Choice of 3 further pink noise sound combinations, suitable for older babies and toddlers including rain, vacuum cleaner and harp music, all combined with the heartbeat. Please note sounds may differ from pre-summer 2014 ewans – see note in description below.