Dream Pillow Dreamimals was invented by a 7-year-old kidpreneur, Harper Miller to empower children to believe in themselves while sharing the warmest of snuggles. It promotes positive thinking and visualization at an early age, encouraging kids to dream up silly adventures and flex their imaginations for a good night’s sleep.
I was sent Lamby who is soft & gentle and I'm the cuddliest of all the Dreamimals. I love snuggling and sharing sweet dreams. Plus, whenever you worry, my specialty is calming your fears. It includes 60 dream pillow blank idea cards, Lamby is made from all natural 100% cotton and the size is 13” X8” X3”.
Sharkie is soft & confident and I'm the most adventurous of all the Dreamimals. I love snuggling and sharing fun dreams. Plus, whenever you have a negative thought, my specialty is inspiring your personal power to think positive. It includes 60 dream pillow blank idea cards, Lamby is made from all natural 100% cotton and the size is 13” X8” X3”.
Dream Pillow with the brand mantra Write it down, dream it up, The Dream Pillow introduces a new bedtime ritual for children. Visualization of happy dreams before bed is a proven technique for putting an end to bad dreams. Each night children are encouraged to write down their hopes, dreams, and aspirations on a Dream Pillow Blank Idea Card, place the card into their Dream Pillow and enjoy a restful night’s sleep. It is made from all natural 100% cotton, the dream pillow storybook, 60 dream pillow blank idea cards, and the size is 11"x 9" x 3".
My Opinion: These are great for parents who have kids that are afraid to sleep at night as these soft and cuddly. I like that the child can write down there story dream ideas and use their imagination.
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