Baby and Toddler Equipment Ewan The Dream Sheep Review

Published on June 12th, 2016 | by Tae


Ewan The Dream Sheep Review – Bedtime Buddy

Ewan The Dream Sheep Review – Bedtime Buddy Tae
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Summary: Ewan plays womb sounds to your newborn and lets off a soft red glow to simulate what your newborn was used to inside you!


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Is Ewan the Dream Sheep the answer to your sleepless nights? He’s a light up sheep that claims to settle restless babies and toddlers. Here’s our Ewan The Dream Sheep Review;


    •  £29.99
    • Suitable from birth
    • 3 Lithium Ion Batteries (included)




Ewan The Dream Sheep Review


Ewan the Dream Sheep is a purple sheep (though I believe he now comes in grey too) with tummy that glows soft red. He’s soft, cute and refreshingly simple.

Ewan The Dream Sheep Review


Ewan the Dream Sheep is unique in his field (heh) because he plays womb noises to your cranky newborn. He also has the feature to play 3 separate pink noise sounds as your newborn transitions into a baby and then to a toddler. He can carry on soothing them as they grow!

His tummy glows a soft red to simulate the the light newborns would have seen through your tummy when they were still inside you. For safe sleeping, Ewan also has a little velcro tail that attaches to the bars of your child’s cot.

Ewan The Dream Sheep Review

God, the memories. I love this purple sheep so much. I’m getting a bit emotional remembering the newborn days. I remember when my youngest was just a week old, desperately searching the shops for a Ewan the Dream Sheep because I’d heard such fantastic things about it. The drastic change from womb to world is scary for your newborn, and Ewan the Dream Sheep promised to help to recreate the womb environment they’d spent the last 9 months in. Your newborn has only ever known the womb up until the point of birth after all.

Ewan the Dream Sheep’s womb sounds and soft glowing red light actually managed to soothe my cranky reflux baby that refused to be put down. I’m not exaggerating, I could never put her down or she’d scream. I’d never had a baby who suffered with reflux so it was a complete shock to the system. The only thing that got me through those first 6 months was Ewan. It was the only thing that allowed me to get at least an hour of solid sleep. Something I wouldn’t have otherwise had. It even soothed me, the womb sounds are so un-intrusive to even adults ears.

Ewan the Dream Sheep stopped soothing my daughter by about 6 months and we moved on to a bedtime Makka Pakka. So the time scale was quite a bit shorter than what was advertised. But saying that, all babies are different and what works for one might not work for another.

If you’ve found yourself here in desperation and a sleep deprived fog, I can’t promise you that Ewan the Dream Sheep will work for your baby. £30 is a bit of a gamble, but it’s worth a shot.

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