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Jan 1, 2017


Dr. Harvey Karp has developed SNOO, a smart baby bed that helps parents and ensures child safety.


Every "first trip" parents are afraid. They question themselves if they will be able to ensure the safety of theirs babies and how they will react to sleep deprivation. Thinking about the safety and sleep quality of babies and parents, Happiest Baby has created the SNOO, a baby bed that rocks the child. "Now, exhaustion is optional," says the brand on its official website.

Andrea and Alex are a little girl parents. They said that before they had SNOO it took about 30 to 40 minutes to get her to fall asleep her. "I would wake up every hour to check on her. It is crazy ", says Alex, adding: "if I've known that I could have this product I would have had a child when we were twenty". According to the mother, "SNOO really helps to promote healthy sleep for her". These parents comment that they have heard many stories that, due to the help of this smart baby bed, have not happened to them. "Gives you confidence and gives you peace of mind", Andrea confirms.

Safety, comfort and healthy sleep are some of the principles that have been thought in the development of this smart baby bed. The goal is to help the baby to sleep better by slow or faster movement and white noise, such as the soft sound of rain or belly. It has integrated microphones that identify the crying and make the baby bed react according to the state of the child.

SNOO is an invention of the pediatrician Harvey Karp who says that being mother and father is more difficult nowadays, so it is "no wonder exhaustion is the #1 new parent struggle". Aware of the difficulties and challenges, the pediatrician created SNOO, "the smartest - and safest - baby bed ever made". He says his "greatest hope is that SNOO will boost your baby's sleep and keep you well rested for happier parenting".

Happiest Baby was founded in 2001 in California by Dr. Harvey Karp who is a pediatrician and child development specialist. This company aims to help parents in what is considered the most important "job" of all: to create happy and healthy children. It is why they develop products and services that promote the well-being of the child and help parents in the daily challenges. The SNOO smart cradle is an example of this and can be purchased for $1,160.00.

Contacts * www.happiestbaby.com * customercare@happiestbaby.com * Tel. 1.855.424.6323

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