Heroes, if I’ve told you once I’ve told you a thousand times: I love doing giveaways. I just do! And this one is terrific. The Lullaby Light Up Pillow was created by Juzt4Kidz.com founder Gregory Sung. Each pillow has both music and LED lighting that can help your child transition into sleep at night.
I know parents who don’t prefer night lights in bedrooms but have children who are afraid of the dark. This pillow could easily solve that problem; the lights are not overwhelmingly bright, and they shut off in less than 20 minutes.
The pillows play different snippets of lullaby music while the lights glow. I appreciated that the music wasn’t too loud, and it seemed to me that it slowed down as the cycle neared its end.
Either that or I was getting sleepy.
The pillows are easy to activate, so a nervous child could take comfort from knowing that they can turn on the lights themselves. If your child is feeling restless and not yet ready to sleep, they can play the music and be gently entertained on their own as they settle down for the night.
Other handy features: a wide variety of colors and characters available, some models include a soft blanket that tucks right up into the arms of the pillow character, and the outer cover is washable. The lights are LED so they won’t heat up and cause a fire hazard. Intended for children up to age 6, I have to tell you that at least one 15-year-old was very interested in them (although he wouldn’t necessarily admit to this in public) and one of the 11-year-olds is campaigning to keep one. With very shiny eyes.
It’s hard to resist children with shiny eyes.
The very BEST part of the Lullaby Light Up pillow? I get to give one away! Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win either the Cuddly Cow (with blanket) or Panda Throw Pillow.
Winner to be chosen by random drawing after 12:00 am on Monday, May 26, 2014. No purchase necessary.
FTC Disclosure: I was given 2 Lullaby Light Up pillows in order to do this review and giveaway. One of them will be given away and the other is most likely going to a boy with shiny eyes. But I haven’t told him that yet. All opinions are my own.