The DreamCatcher is an innovative new product to prevent children from hurting themselves once they start climbing out of the crib. Eight inflatable sections of the DreamCatcher allow you to customize it to your child's room and crib. The maker of DreamCatcher was checking on her son using the baby monitor and had to witness him falling out of his crib, leaving bruises on his face. She wants to reduce the 80% of injuries children have are from falling using DreamCatcher.
I was especially interested in this product because my own little guy started climbing out of his crib a few weeks ago. There is almost nothing more horrific than watching your child fall from the crib railing or hearing that thump on the floor.
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Today, DreamCatcher is launching an Indiegogo campaign. If you're interested, check out their campaign.
The company has also created other baby products that look interesting.
The Baby Shusher helps baby sleep at night using soothing melodies. It can be purchased at Buy Buy Baby for $34.99.
Clear Ear is a much safer way to clean ears and can be purchased at CVS for $48.99.
Clearinse is a quick and effortless way to clear nasal passages. You can find it at CVS for $49.99.
Worried about your little one not having support during tummy time? Tumzee is only $40.99 on Amazon and provides that boost for baby.
Sister Chic Binki Band is perfect to keep track of baby's favorite pacifier. Amazon has them for $4.99.
I love these patterns of the Sister Chic Tushy Tote Diaper Bag. They are on Amazon for only $7.99.
Let me know if you personally have tried any of the above products. I'd also love to know your thoughts about DreamCatcher. Has your little one fallen out of the crib before?