Kids love Frankie the Fox by Cloud-B

On many sleepless nights, I had hoped for something to help sooth my newborn. I wanted the baby to get used to sleeping in his crib and not in my arms, or next to me. I mean, we’ve all heard the horrible stories of newborns being suffocated by their parents while co-sleeping. I have tried to make it a point to put baby to sleep in his crib, because of this, I have learned through sleepless nights that it takes days and consistency for a newborn to soothe him/her self. I also know that sounds and/or music can help make things a bit easier at naps or bedtime. This is where Frankie the Fox comes in to help.

Cloud B's Frankie the Fox

Frankie is a soft stuffed fox who is vibrant orange red and has cute big eyes. He looks like an ordinary stuffed animal, but he is not. Hidden inside Frankie the Fox is a removable sound box that plays four soothing sounds. You place the music box inside the pocket on his back and he quickly becomes your best ally at bedtime. The four different sounds that you can choose from are Sunny Days, Forest Walk, Brook and Daydreams. You can adjust the volume and the velcro strap attaches to any crib, bed – or just place on nightstand!

Frankie the Fox review

Frankie the Fox has been a hit at our home. I have children of varying ages beginning from newborn and all the kidsl like him. In fact, the older kids have gotten more use of Frankie than the baby! We even took him on our family road trip. Frankie doesn’t require much, so it was easy to just carry him along. I have found Frankie in bed next to my two year old, since he is so easy to use. Frankie the Fox is a favorite at bedtime and during the day when we’re playing. This, in return, means more sleeping for me… and who can complain about that?

For more information, and to purchase Frankie the Fox, please visit http://www.cloudb.com.

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