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Heck, I’m open to hear you vent if you feel like it… but no whining please.
Love your positive approach. I have had four of the lovely little munchkins, most with colic and reflux, and it’s amazing what mums can come up with under such circumstances.
My sister and I created a basic version of the Sleep Rumbler. I used it for all mine, but we only developed it into what we have on our site, when my sister, who is an advanced (MICA) paramedic, came across a car accident. The car had rolled, with Mum, new baby abd two children inside. As my sister attended the mother, after extracting the chidren, she was talking to her to calm her. The mum told my sister that she had been desparate. She could not stop her baby crying and could not settle her. Finally, she loaded the car and started to drive. Many of us know this feeling. But the children went to sleep, including the baby, and with relief and exhaustion, so did mum. The car rolled, with mum, and her beautiful children. Lindley, my sister, got home that night and rang me. She said “We can’t sit on this any longer, we have to produce the Sleep Rumbler”, as we had called it for a few years now. “If this mum had had one, she would never have felt the need to put the kids in the car in the first place.” And that is how the Sleep Rumbler you see today started. The Mum in the accident wrote to Lindley by the way. She had appreciated the hour that Lindley had sat with her and all she had done, but most importantly for Lindley, and myself, was that they were all going to be alright.
Anyway, I would love for you to have a look at the Sleep Rumbler and see what you think. We hope now that it will help many mums with unsettled little ones, and act as an alternative for mums, instead of sitting up in rockers holding babies and hoping they (the mums) don’t fall asleep, or driving when tired.
You were talking about work life balance. There was none in the office that I worked in, so working for myself now is a great alternative….as long as it works! One can only try, and I can always find another desk job another day if needs be, but it would be great to work helping other mums.
I look forward to your thoughts,and hope I have not rambled too long,
Kind Regards from a Mum in Australia,
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