It’s New Year’s Eve Eve and with today’s Friday Favorites I’m officially declaring 2017 as the year of sleep for moms everywhere, with the DockATot (or at least our best shot at it).

When I first came across the DockATot I was immediately drawn to its stylish and cozy design and my jaw dropped when I saw it was actually SAFE for babies to sleep in. Up until that point anything that looked remotely comfortable had been sworn off and having birthed two avid tummy sleepers twice prior I was determined to encourage a safe back sleeping habit from the start this time around. Simply laying my baby flat on his back repeatedly (r e p e a t e d l y) on a firm mattress just wasn’t cutting it. It wasn’t until my good friend, mom pal, and resident professor of this blog, Heather, reminded me that “you can’t put a price on sleep” that I finally hit purchase on my DockATot and let me tell you, she was right.


The DockATot offers a cozy plush cushion that cradles and mimics the womb while also being made of 100% breathable material and safety tested above and beyond any other baby sleeping product out there. With its cradling design it keeps my little from startling awake repeatedly, something that only tummy sleeping or sleeping on mom had done in the past. On top of being a great co-sleeper to safely nestle next to in bed the DockATot is a multi-functional lounging, playing, chilling, resting and snuggling dock you can take anywhere.


The DockATot comes in two sizes and after purchasing our first DockATot deluxe for my newborn it was quickly taken over more times than not by my 3 year old and 5 year old for the later activities listed above. After a few months we were so lucky as to get to try the DockATot Grand and these cozy docks are a household favorite for napping, reading, movie night VIP seating and more.


So to bring you sleep in 2017 I’ve partnered with DockATot to get you $10 off your purchase with this code:

Head over to the DockATot website to learn more about this awesome product & cheers to a well rested New Year!







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