When you look at whisbear you can see a cute, funny looking teddy bear, however long rusty legs and missing belly is not what makes him extraordinary yet.
“He saved my life”, “gold worth it”, “How did I live without him”, “we love him”... Read More
We are parents of two children: 6 year-old Kacper and 8 month-old Kornelia. When Kacper was a baby we didn’t use any gadgets with WHITE NOISE like Whisbear. Kacper never had any problems with falling asleep, so why should we use it for Kornelia? Finally... Read More
Due to Chloe being very restless recently with her teething I was grateful to be able to try something which could possibly sooth her back to sleep. I used the bear on her lunchtime sleep; the one sleep I find the hardest to get her... Read More
the Whisbear is a permanent fixture at bedtime and both naptimes. It’s a little ritual now, where we put the sleeping bag on, squeeze the Whisbear’s head and then pop the bear on the rails of the cot. And then Angelica reaches up for the... Read More
My daughter Emily was very difficult to settle as an infant and has always slept better with white noise, so was a prime candidate for Whisbear. We didn’t get it until she was 5 months old, however, and I think she probably would have gotten... Read More