Monday, August 15, 2011

Shushybye Close your Eyes (Book and CD review) Giveaway


My boys are bed time procrastinators... B-I-G  T-I-M-E!
It's hard to get them all 3 settled at once.
I received the Close You Eyes book just in time to get us all in the Back To School routine.

My 8 year old didn't seem to take to the story. He'd rather just lay in the dark.
My 5 & 2 year old boys and I sit on the floor up against the bunk beds and read the book.
Christopher likes the illustrations. Anthony likes that there is a dream train visiting him..
This book is a great item for our family!

The Shushybye Close Your Eyes CD swaps our occasionally the regular sleepy time CD in the younger boys room. It is a peaceful cd and they seem to really enjoy it. I have to admit, it can lull you to sleep! It works on my kids

Some Information about Shushybye:
Shushybye is an original preschool entertainment and lifestyle brand, encompassing a national television series, national radio show, Video On Demand programming, series of bedtime storybooks, toys and plush dolls, music CDs, DVDs and sleepwear.
Shushybye is all about dreams…dreams made especially for children by the Shushies who live in Shushybye villages such as Nap Valley, Snore Shore and Slumber Heights.  But children have to go to bed on time in order to get their Shushybye dreams (i.e. when Mommy tells them!).  Children make their Dream Wish before they go to sleep.  The Shushies handcraft their wishes into unique dreams which are then placed in Dream Boxes.  Conductor McCloud puts the Dream Boxes on the Shushybye Train and transports them to children as they fall asleep on time.



16 comments:

  1. I give my daughter her favorite blanket and her stuffed piglet doll.

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  2. My son's blanket and scooby doo!

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  3. Get them tired during the day! captainliss40(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. Lots of Patients and wear them out earlier

    nparshy at gmail dot com

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  5. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    TO BE HONEST, MY KIDS WERE ALMOST ALWAYS READY TO GO TO BED....THEY WERE NOT ALLOWED TO SLEEP IN DURING THE DAY

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  6. Reading :)

    Karen Gonyea
    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  7. I am similar to you my son takes forever to fall asleep. I read him three books or his dad does then I turn off the light and play the radio for him. But it could be interupted with a glass of water, a door needs to be closed, or my favorite I'm hungry meaning mom has to go find something in the kitchen. I think music and reading helps.
    holli.moore(at)comcast.net

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  8. My sweet one is still little so we sing, read a book, and pray.. would love this book!

    coleycoupons at yahoo dot com

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  9. A bedtime routine is a must! Bath, milk, story, song, and prayer. Works all the time!
    Allibird1 at aol dot com

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  10. We read together at tuck in time!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  11. I struggle, but not because they don't want to, it's because we have soccer practice and basketball games, and dinner and swimming lessons and by the time we get home, it's dark, there's homework and getting ready for bed. To much to do, so little time :)
    pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. warm bath with lavender,cuddle and read a book

    laurie1993@verizon.net

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  13. I turn on Coldplay and tuck them in tight. It's a little tradition of ours :)

    world_as_one(at)live(dot)com

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  14. A story and goodnight kisses.

    AndreaH
    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  15. A calm bedtime routine
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

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