4moms Goodnight Sleep Trainer teaches your baby to sleep all night

by Ally

Tired of all that pesky parenting?  Well now you can pick up the 4moms Goodnight Sleep Trainer and take at least some of the thinking out of parenting.  All joking aside, it’s a pain to figure out how long to let your newborn cry before you rush to their aid at night.  If you rush too soon then they get attached and expect it, if you stay away too much then you’re neglecting your child.  If you are getting overly anxious about doing the right thing, then maybe it is time to turn to an electronic device such as this to help you out.

In reality, you could replace this by getting a book that teaches the method and keep a chart going.  However, that’s a bit more of a pain to do.  Instead, you can hit a button to let this device know when your child starts crying, it will then let you know exactly how long to wait before comforting your child.  It starts out that you immediately go in, and increases the time from there.  Eventually your child learns to sleep through the night.  Of course they recommend to discontinue use if your child is ill, but until then, hopefully you can get your baby to the point that you can sleep for once.  You can purchase the Goodnight Sleep Trainer for $29.95 at Target.

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11 reviews or comments

concerned mother Says: May 4, 2009 at 9:16 am

All I have to say is this is a SICK device to be invented.

Wrong on so many levels… Says: May 19, 2009 at 12:30 pm

Is this some kind of a sick joke??? I’ll continue spoiling my baby, thankyouverymuch.

Becky Says: May 20, 2009 at 6:00 pm

I can save you the money, you go to your baby when they cry! Babies communicate their needs by crying and moms are physiologically built to respond to those needs.

Sarah Says: May 21, 2009 at 10:44 am

Or you could not be a selfish jerk and realize you made the decision to have kids and they depend on you. Crying it out is quite a terrible way to start off life.

LovingMama Says: June 1, 2009 at 9:14 pm

This is terrible, it has to be a sick joke. Try PARENTING your child, and soothing her when she’s crying out in pain, lonliness, fear and hunger. How do you like crying yourself to sleep when you’re upset and with a knot in your belly?

Do you use this machine? Then, yes, I judge YOU.

angela Says: June 11, 2009 at 2:54 am

I don’t understand. if everyone is so against it, why even bother to read about it or search for it. I personally think it could be a huge waste of $$ but to each his/her own. Get a life and focus on the children God gave and trusted YOU with. You have no right to tell someone else what is best for their child. No one is the ultimate parent.

Makaela Says: June 22, 2009 at 11:25 am

Are you kidding me???? Whoever invented this piece of sh!t should really get slapped! Babies communicate by crying and that is the only way they know how to communicate. Who ever buys this crap shouldn’t be pro-creating! Seriously????? A friend of mine wanted this as a shower gift which is why I am posting this! Just pure sickness!! Babies don’t come out the womb with a set sleep pattern so get over it!!!!!

Drew Says: September 3, 2009 at 7:11 am

I’m just going to rant here for a second. I am SO SICK of women (yes its generally other women) burdening other parents, especially new ones, with fear and manipulation. If you don’t breast feed your unfit to have children. Let them cry it out well then your Hitler. Don’t walk around with your baby strapped to your side or co-sleep well then just how do you live with yourself Stalin? The QUALITY of your child’s life, however long it is, will NOT be determined by a nipple or a bottle. Organic or not. Co sleep or not. CIO or whatever else. Number one rule for parents: Be a student of YOUR CHILD. There is not one way or one book to follow. Being a parent and especially a first time one is hard. Damn hard and we don’t need people like you putting more worry and fear into us than we already have. For those of you thinking of CIO (which we have not done yet) please know that letting your child cry does not make you neglectful. At all. Your child is not going to grow up with all kinds of emotional issue or look at you one day and say: “Remember that time you let me cry when I was 4 months old? Yeah, I never forgot that and I hate you. Now I’m going to go shoot heroin because I cant deal with life thanks to you.” I’m sure most of you are so emotionally co-dependant that you cant make it through a single day without your child validating your existence in some way.

Elyse Says: October 11, 2009 at 6:17 pm

With 2 kids 18 mo. apart, if I didn’t let them cry for a couple nights at bedtime until they figured out how to self-soothe, I never would have gotten any sleep at all. Now that they are 18 mo. and 3 years old I can tell you it is one of the best things I have done for them. Being exhausted and cranky all the time does not make for a happy mother or a happy childhood. They know I love them.

Wolfgang Says: August 3, 2010 at 2:52 am

Or why don’t you just stop overpopulating our world altogether? not much space left for spoilt brats anyway. so save some bucks and take the pill for gods sake or get a hobby.

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