Do You Have A Dream Team? 6



We received our “Dream Team Lion” in the mail today and it is absolutely adorable!!  I so wish this would have been around when my son was younger.  It seems like most kids have issues with sleep and having something like this would really help comfort and build them up.  Being able to make this cute little animal your “friend” and give him a name is just adorable.  The “Certificate of Training” is great and would make your child feel so proud to have that on their wall – as well as earning “stars” for doing well, I love it!  The cute book that comes with it is by Jeff Kacines and illustrated by Phyllis H. Peacock.  It has a great story and really makes it seem like you’re helping your child grow, instead of being negative of their sleep habits.  The artwork in the book is incredible and I love how if you had purchased multiple animals if you have numerous children, you can still read it all together and it would go together perfectly!  As a Mom who has dealt with a child with sleep issues, I would definitely recommend this product!

Dream Team Pets is much more than a bedtime toy-it’s an innovative kid’s sleep aid that helps end the bedtime battles of trying to keep your child in bed. Developed with the help of a pediatrician, Dream Team Pets bedtime routine empowers kids as they reward their Pet with stickers and a certificate for a good night’s sleep. If the child wakes up from a nightmare, there are no hard feelings because the responsibility is on their Pet, but when they successfully sleep in their own bed, the kids feel a sense of accomplishment as they reward their Dream Team Pet. What makes this unique is that the kids think they are training their Pet, but really they are sleep training themselves!

mighty-lion-3Raising an independent child begins at night. Dream Team Pets are both a fun toy for your child and an important tool for helping parents develop sleep independence. Find out exactly what sleep independence is, and how a Dream Team Pet can help your child be well on their way to a peaceful night.

As your child grows, she becomes more independent. Sometimes, though, sleeping alone falls a bit behind all the other important developmental milestones. If your child repeatedly wakes in the night, has trouble getting back to sleep after waking, or always seems to end up in the “big bed,” they may need help developing sleep independence. Most experts agree that a child is fully sleep independent when they can sleep 6-8 hours a night, and easily self-soothe back to sleep.

Dream Team Pets aren’t your average stuffed animal – they’re much tougher than a teddy. Throughout the process of training a Dream Team Pet, your child will be reassured that their Pet is standing guard while they sleep. If they do wake in the night, a quick snuggle with Mighty Lion, Magical Cat, or Playful Puppy will quickly comfort them back to

Training your Dream Team Pets is easy, especially if you already have an established bedtime routine. When it’s time to tuck your child in, read the included Dream Team Pets book with your child, and recite the Dream Team Pets poem aloud. Once your child has slept soundly through the night, reward the Dream Team Pet for a good night of hard work. Once your Certificate of Training is filled with stars, the Dream Team Pet is ready to stay with your child as long as they need.

Sometimes, bad nights happen, and that’s okay! If your child has one night where they’re unable to get back to sleep, ask the Dream Team Pet to work extra-hard the next night, and encourage your child to lean on the Pet if they’re feeling scared. If you notice a pattern of sleepless nights, you may want to consider going through the training process with your Dream Team Pet again. Sometimes, even the best companions need a refresher course!

My Readers receive 30% Off Dream Team Pets!!
Click Here & Use Promo Code: USFGUIDE

Follow Dream Team Pets





You Tube









I, Jamie Tomkins, own and operate TigerStrypes Blog located at From time to time you’ll hear about my real life experiences with products and/or services from companies and individuals. Let it be known that I have no affiliation with these said companies, and have not received compensation for reviewing their service/product. The service/product was purchased by myself with either monetary means, points, or coupons. No portion of the product/service was given to me by the company or any agents of the company. The review that I give regarding the product/service is based off my own personal experience, I do not guarantee that your experience will be the same.

Notify of
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
9 years ago

Oh those are so cute! If I thought it would help my autistic daughter, I’d get one for her in a heartbeat. Maybe for my youngest when she’s a little bit older.

Oh, and got my book yesterday, thanks again!

Melissa Smith
Melissa Smith
9 years ago

Not only is this absolutely adorable, but I love the concept behind it. My youngest sleeps pretty good for the most part, but I bet she would sleep even better since she loves to play the role of “little mommy”.

tara pittman
9 years ago

These look like a cute gift for a child stuggling with sleeping.

Yona Williams
9 years ago

Ohhhh – how cute. I usually go crazy over dogs but the lion is pretty lovely.