Choose from one of these four snugly Slumberkins.
Bigfoot Promotes: Self-Esteem
As little ones grow and begin to explore the world around them, they will face new obstacles. Bigfoot supports children as they learn self-confidence and reminds them that they are kind, strong, and the world is better with them in it.
With the book and the affirmation, the Bigfoot snuggler helps build a foundation of security, safety, and connection. This soft, cuddly lovey promotes valuable life skills, builds self-esteem, and is a daily reminder that little ones are unique, strong, and wonderful just as they are.
Yeti Promotes: Mindfulness
As children become more independent, the world around them can sometimes be overwhelming. Yeti teaches children to slow down and enjoy their experiences, helping them to self-regulate to reduce their anxieties.
Yeti's story and affirmation provides readers with a resource to create a loving routine that deepens the bond children while teaching the foundational elements of mindfulness. Yeti’s story reminds children to slow down and be mindful of the world around them. With practice, the valuable skill of mindfulness can help regulate emotions and reduce anxiety.
Honeybear Promotes: Gratitude
As children step out into the world and explore all the beautiful things it has to offer, Honey Bear reminds children to appreciate every bit of it.
Create a loving routine that deepens the bond with little ones while promoting valuable life skills of mindfulness, connection, and gratitude. With the board book and the affirmation, Honey Bear helps build a foundation of emotional intelligence. Children learn to cultivate gratitude and bring awareness of the things in their everyday lives that they can be grateful for having.
Yak Promotes: Self-acceptance
Yak teaches children that it’s okay to take risks and helps them to understand that it's okay to not be perfect at something the first time they try it.
With the Yak board book and affirmation, this creature supports foundational routines that will instill in them the freedom to love themselves and the courage to keep trying, even when things are difficult.
Sloth Promotes: Routines
As children grow, new experiences and challenges can sometimes feel overwhelming. Whether it’s addressing jitters on the first day of school, helping little ones wind down before bed, or even showing the importance of self-care, Sloth’s lessons help children understand the importance of practicing routines to add structure and fun into their daily lives.
When children are empowered to embrace routines, they can build a strong foundation for emerging independence. With Sloth’s support, they learn to identify and practice healthy routines that fit their needs.
Never leave an infant with stuffed animals while sleeping.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends keeping stuffed animals, blankets, and any other soft objects away from where a baby sleeps until they are 12 months old; these objects can lead to sudden infants death syndrome (SIDS), suffocation, and strangulation.