When it comes to calming and comforting a child who has just awoken from a nightmare, parents will try just about anything. Perhaps sleep deprivation increases your creativity – I have heard of parents dousing the room with “Good Dream Spray” (other wise known as Bath & Body Works room spray), flipping the pillow over “to help you forget” the bad dream and leaving piles of books, barbies, small plastic objects and shoes all over the floor to thwart any intruder (or Mom) from getting near the bed (oh, wait, that’s just my kids excuse as to why they never clean up!).
We have found a very unique product that will not only help keep nightmares at bay – it give your child “control” by enabling them to write down their fears or worries. “What the Heck is that?” might be your first response when you see the The Nightmare Snatcher Journal, but upon closer examination you will see just how brilliant this journal really is!
You have only to recite the spell, record your woes, then mark your page with it’s long tail and your faithful friend the Nightmare Snatcher will eat all of your fears away! Each hand-crafted journal contains 50 tea-stained pages that will help your child “close the book on nightmares.” HH