it's time to get some sleep

Night after night, you're tired of seeing your sleepy child's silhouette at your bedroom door. The tug on your comforter in the middle of the night, whining that they can't sleep that they're scared. Well, you are scared, too. Scared that there is nothing you can do to help them figure this issue out on their own. 

After rubbing our own eyes filled with that same frustration, we decided we needed to do something about it. So we developed a tool that will help us all both parents and kids. 

It starts with a storybook. A story about a boy, named Luke, that struggles with staying in his bed at night. That is until he is introduced to a doll. Not any doll, though. A super special doll a SleeperHero. SleeperHero is a buddy that is there for him at night when he gets scared. Better yet, this doll has a special light on its chest that shines bright in the dark, wards off his imaginary bad guys AND teaches him when it is an okay time to get out of bed in the morning. The light changes from RED to GREEN. RED means "stay in bed". GREEN means "rise and shine". With the help of his SleeperHero, Luke is able to stay in bed at night. And when he learns to sleep better, everyone in the house sleeps better. 

Packaged with the storybook, you will also receive your very own SleeperHero doll to name and start conquering your family's bedtime fears together.




Here are some helpful tips and tools to encourage better sleeping habits for your little one:

  • Read the SleeperHero storybook when you introduce the doll to your child

  • Use the Sleep Chart (below) to monitor your child's sleep progress

  • Reward good sleep nights with stickers or marks on the Sleep Chart

  • Set up a reward system for positive weeks or months

  • Reread SleeperHero as needed to reinforce the concept of staying in bed

  • When your child has mastered the concept, reward them with the
    Certificate of Courage (below) and hang it up for all to see!

Personalized Sleep Chart:

Download this PDF and print out your own charts. 

Certificate of Courage:

Print out your very own Certificate of Courage once you and your child have built up a solid sleep routine worth rewarding. 

Just for Fun!

Print your own SleeperHero coloring page for your child.