Family Magazine

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

By Evette Garside @evette77
Cloud b: Octo Softeez

Cloud b was founded in 2002 and is the worlds leading manufacturer of children's products and accessories that assist sleep.

This is just one of a wide range of toys and accessories.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

This rather cute looking little pink Octopus is known as Octo Softeez. It has arrived at the perfect time as I have just moved Izebella from cot to "big girl bed" and she is also now sharing a room with big sister rather than me. She does settle very easily at night, but it's always nice to have a cute cuddly light up companion there at your side just incase.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

Cloud b bedtime toys are designed to incorporate children's senses at night time. These senses involve sight, sound, sense and touch, which in a quiet dark room can bring about fear. The toys and accessories can help to minimise some of those nighttime fears and also help very young babies calmly drift off to the land of nod.

Izebella's new Octopus friend helps to ease the fear of the dark. It's also quite cuddly too with it's 8 soft tentacles.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

The back of Octo Softeez head contains two easy push buttons, one is on/off and the other to manually change the colour of the lights.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

When switched on a colourful light display will appear on walls and ceilings. Stars, fish and bubbles can be seen and the light go through various pretty changing colours, or this can be changed manually.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

I especially like the red colour, it's very effective.
Here is a little video I made of the toy in action.

Although Izebella is sharing a room with Jordanna, she is on her own at weekends as Jordanna stays at her dads house. Octo Softeez makes her feel a little safer, she can focus on watching the lights change colour on her wall and point out the stars. This makes her slowly drift off to her own dream cloud.

It uses 3 AAA batteries which come already installed and if left on it will switch itself off after 45 minutes. It is completely silent, no music (which can be distracting) and no annoying motor or whirring. Just a peaceful beautiful light display which can be held and hugged.

These Octopus lights come in other colours too (not just pink) and priced at approximately £15.00. They can be used from birth. Visit Cloud b UK for more information.

Cloud b: Octo Softeez

You Might Also Like :

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog

These articles might interest you :

  • Book Review The Almanac A Seasonal Guide to 2019

    Book Review Almanac Seasonal Guide 2019

    The Almanac - A Seasonal Guide to 2019 by Lia Leendertz, when I started to read this little book of loveliness I realised it was not a book you read and put dow... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Angela
  • Savory Vegan Succotash

    Savory Vegan Succotash

    Sufferin’ Vegan Succotash!  Look what we have here! That’s right! Succotash is a real THING and not just something a funny cartoon character says. Bonus points... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Chuck Underwood
  • Metabolic Health and Nutrition Conference – Part 3

    Metabolic Health Nutrition Conference Part

    I earlier this year attended a conference in Seattle, WA, (USA) titled " Metabolic Health and Nutrition Across the Life Span." The headlining presenters were Dr... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Dietdoctor
  • "If" Then, and "If" Now

    "If" Then,

    By Elizabeth PrataAmy Carmichael was a missionary to India, arriving in 1895 to Dohnavur, just 30 miles from India's southern tip. Once in South India she... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Elizabethprata
  • Airbus A330-200, Thomas Cook Airlines

    Airbus A330-200, Thomas Cook Airlines

    @ San Francisco International Airport, CA October 2018 Starting in May 2017, Thomas Cook began operating two flights per week between SFO and Manchester, UK... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Htam
  • Caroling Party

    Caroling Party

    Last night we hosted our fourth annual caroling party. I'm not a big Christmas gift-giving person, so our gift to everyone is doughnuts, hot chocolate, hot... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Sherwoods
  • Struggling to Afford Insulin

    Struggling Afford Insulin

    People who need insulin for their type 1 or type 2 diabetes are skimping on the shots because the drug has become so expensive. A study this week in the... Read more

    The 09 December 2018 by   Dietdoctor