Hear From Moms Who Used It
They were desperate for help getting their 2 to 4 year olds to sleep.
Then they tried Whisper, the Hush Buddy.
Hear about it in their own words.
What Moms Say About Hush Buddy
Tracy, mother of 3 year old: “Before we had Hush Buddy, my child had to be rocked to sleep. Bedtime took anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and half. If he got up in the middle of the night it had to be repeated to get him back to sleep.
The first night with Whisper, I didn’t have to rock him to sleep. That, to me, is huge.
By the fourth night, as soon as we read the story, we put him right in the bed and that was it. I pulled covers up, turned the light off and left. It took him 5 or 10 minutes to go to sleep.”
Kathy, mother of 2 year old: “Before Hush Buddy, bedtime went well until it was time to leave the room. Anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour and a half he’ll kind of yell, cry, kick the wall. He’s pretty persistent. We know for his health he needs more sleep. We were just hoping it would work itself out at some point, but it’s been two and a half years.
The first night with Hush Buddy, we did our normal routine, and then we read the story about Whisper. And he LOVED the story. We closed the book, introduced Whisper, turned out the light, put him to bed, and that first night it took him maybe 15 minutes to go to sleep. It was definitely an immediate difference. We have seen some really impressive results.”
Lindsey, mother of 2 and 4 year olds: “Moving them both into the same room together to make room for the baby was a little exciting because they liked to stay up and talk to each other. So it just took them a long time to go to sleep. I don’t think they were getting the sleep that they needed. Also, my two year old was getting up in the middle of the night to come in and hang out with us.
Our first night with Hush Buddy, we read the story to them. After we left, we didn’t hear them anymore. And our two year old didn’t come into our room.”
Maria, mother of 3 year old: “For three years, the night routine has been so frustrating. It was at least an hour and a half or more of putting him in bed. He would whine, cry, ask for water. And that was after we would lay down with him. It’s like he didn’t like to go to sleep. In order to make him go to sleep by himself, he would have the light on and the door open.
By the second night with Whisper it was a huge step. We could turn the light off and close the door. The third and fourth night, it was easy. We read the book, and that was it. I didn’t think it was going to work this easy.”
Ariana, mother of 4 year old: “For the past 7 to 8 months, my daughter pretty much insisted on sleeping with me in the guest room. She used to sleep by herself until the age of three. When her baby brother arrived everything changed. I remember thinking I can’t go on like this. I need to get more restful sleep. And I was honestly concerned about her. She really needed consistent good sleep.
We introduced Hush Buddy and I was skeptical, so we read the book and introduced Whisper, and she seemed really excited about the thought of having the Hush Buddy and we told her she has to take care of the Hush Buddy and be silent. And we said goodnight and I was surprised. She actually did not come out of the room. She made it through the entire night. I was in shock. We had tried so many different things!”