Ask any mom what she wants for Mother’s Day and you’ll hear the words “rest” and “a good night’s sleep.” That’s because sleep is the elusive Holy Grail of parenting––and it becomes a real gift in motherhood (when you can get it!). Make sleep a reality with Hatch Baby Rest, a must-have, all-in-one sound machine, night light and time-to-rise indicator that enables moms to develop a routine and regular sleep schedule for their babies and kids––all from a smartphone. Read on to learn how this device can deliver more ZZZs and peace of mind to moms this Mother’s Day and beyond.
Why Parents Need Hatch Baby Rest
Hatch Baby Rest is streamlined and multi-functional, and serves as a night light, sound machine and time-to-rise indicator all in one. It all comes with the ability to control its functions like the volume and brightness via your phone. The remote programming is a god-send for parents. Just think: no more holding your breath and tiptoeing through the nursery to turn noise machines or night lights on and off without waking the baby.
Every baby is totally unique and one-of-a-kind, so Hatch Baby Rest is fully-customizable to suit his/her needs. Parents can pick the color, brightness, sound and volume level of the device and set programs to turn on and off automatically based on their family’s unique sleep schedule.
Hatch Baby Rest lets parents create an ideal sleep environment for their baby. The device uses a range of light colors that are scientifically proven to promote healthy circadian rhythms and melatonin production and pairs them with sound choices or white noise to aid sleep.
When you wake up to nurse or change your baby in the night hours, Hatch Baby Rest will emit the soft glow of these colors that won’t interfere with baby’s sleep cycle.
The night light feature stays cool to the touch, helps kids feel secure and has the option to stay on all night.
Hatch Baby Rest Transitions to Toddlerhood
Moms of newborns aren’t the only ones who will be rested thanks to Hatch Baby. Every parent has been awakened in the wee hours of the morning by a toddler who got out of bed, ready to greet the day before sunrise. Hatch Baby Rest has a solution for that. Its functionality grows with your kiddo “from bassinet to big girl bed”––given its learn-to-wake color mode.
Simply create a time-to-rise alert that lets your tot know when it’s time to wake up in the morning by choosing a color and music combination that prompts her to start the day. She’ll know the green light means “go”… at 7 a.m. not 5 a.m. You can also program nap time, bath time or bedtime with colors and music, enabling kids to have a steady routine they understand.
If your toddler is tech-savvy, no need to be concerned. Hatch Baby Rest has a toddler lock so you can disable the buttons on the device to prevent your clever kid from changing your settings.
Hatch Baby Rest is Cute, Too
Hatch Baby Rest boasts a modern design that will mesh with any nursery decor. You can even coordinate styles with your kid’s room by using coverlets available in an array of whimsical patterns and colors from woodland theme to outer space.
Rave Reviews for Hatch Baby Rest
There’s no need to stay up all night researching this purchase for baby’s nursery because Hatch Baby Rest is lauded as a tried and true favorite among consumers. It has garnered over 1,200 4- and 5- star reviews to date on Amazon, making it an “Amazon Choice” and “Best Seller” on the site. Hatch Baby Rest is also included in the Top 100 Baby Products on Amazon.
Celebrities even love it. Kim Kardashian West named Hatch Baby Rest as one of her Must-Have Baby Items in 2018. The device is also famous in its own right after Shark Tank judge Chris Sacca invested when Hatch Baby was featured on the show in 2016.
The Gift That Keeps on Giving
Give the gift of sleep with Hatch Baby Rest! The sleek device gives moms a good night’s sleep and time for yourself. Imagine going to the bathroom by yourself, catching up on Netflix or simply sipping a cup of hot coffee while your kiddo naps. It all can happen with Hatch Baby.
Copy by Beth Shea; photos courtesy of Hatch Baby