Vogue Williams recently shared some baby sleeping tips with her fans, but her most recent gadget has got to be our favourite.
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The Heart Radio star and her husband, Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews, are parents to son Theodore, two, and baby Gigi, five months – so the pair know a thing or two about sleepless nights!
After asking fans for advice to help her son Theodore, she was recommended a clever bedtime gadget known as a Toniebox.
"I bought it off Amazon and basically you buy these things and they're full of stories, so I just leave it with T when he's sleeping and then you can record your own. How clever is that! I don't have to read Mog a gazillion more times. I actually can't believe this is a thing – I absolutely love it!" Vogue told her Instagram followers.
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The audio system connects to WiFi and allows children to play bedtime stories, music and more. When a small figurine is placed on top, it begins playback automatically.
It comes in a small square with a cat face on the front, while two little ears at the top control the volume. Vogue opted for the pale blue version, but there are several other colours available.
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The radio presenter praised the gadget for helping her son Theodore at night
The mum-of-two said of the gadget, "It's 70 quid but you buy the stories separately. Not cheap but I'm V impressed with it.
"I put it on when he goes to bed at night. We're on night three and he's less whingey, hasn't fully stopped but definitely better. We also get him up by 2:30pm and only let him sleep 90 mins as per @lucywolfesleep advice."
Toniebox, £69.95, Amazon
Vogue shared more of Lucy's tips last week, at the request of several of her followers.
She wrote: "It's likely that a lot of children will nap until they're close to 3 but before the nap is ready to go it may need to be shortened and bedtime may also need to be offered later. As well before the nap finally retires – it can take a bit of back and forth.
"But the best indicator that a nap is still needed is if without the nap they are a wreck by 3/4pm - then it's just a case of continuing to offer the nap but possibly reducing it and adjusting bedtime too until the nap is totally ready to be retired and then bedtime is ideally addressed earlier once again x."
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