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Sweet Slumber Around the World – Giveaway

**UPDATE**

Congratulations to the winners!

1. Karma`, “This would be a great cd for my kids to fall asleep to. It can be difficult to find good kids music that isn’t hard for the parents to listen to as well.”

2. Kay Cookie, “This would be great for my son and the baby on the way.”

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DREAM SONGS NIGHT SONGS FROM BELGIUM TO BRAZIL

Bedtime just became a whole lot sweeter with lush lullabies from around the globe.  Angelic voices and gentle rhythms help little ones to wind down before being tucked-in.  Adults will also relax with the soothing songs which invite you to sing and hum along, even if you don’t understand the words.

Secret Mountain’s award-winning release features 40 minutes of world music accompanied by an illustrated bedtime story about an imgainiry journey to unknown lands for a truly imagination.  The CD includes PDF files with high-resolution printable illustrations for each song along with lyrics in each song’s original language and translations in English, Spanish, and French.

The ideal setting for listening to this rich tapestry of musical bliss is dim lighting and an evening cup of tea.  Listen, enjoy, relax…repeat.

Fave tracks:

  • Nade gau
  • C’est la nuit mon petit ange

[Appropriate for ages 0 to 12+]

Order your own copy of Dream Songs Night Songs: From Belgium to Brazil online.

** WIN IT **

I’ve been enjoying this week’s Bloggy Giveaways Carnival–thousands of prizes to win in only one week.  I want to play along, too!  So, here’s increased odds for winning a pretty amazing CD that will be loved by the entire family.  To enter, leave a comment about your child’s bedtime routine.

Two winners will each receive one own copy of Dream Songs Night Songs: From Belgium to Brazil. Only one entry per person per giveaway.  Multiple entries will be removed.  The contest for the Dream Songs Night Songs From Belgium to Brazil CD ends at 11:59 PM (EST) on November 3rd. The winners will be announced on November 4th.

The winners will be selected on Random.org and announced on this post. Provide your e-mail address, so I am able to contact you.  The winner has 72 hours to claim the prize, otherwise, the prize goes to another amazing participant.

–by Dr. Dolly
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50 Responses

  1. I loved foreign-language lullabies with my last baby; so soothing! These sound wonderful.

  2. I love playing music for my little ones to fall asleep to – this sounds like a great CD! Hope I win!

    Cool site!

    laurenlhorsley@yahoo.com

  3. I would love to win this for my little guy – thank you for the chance!!

  4. My kids still love to fall asleep to soothing music. Thanks for the giveaway!

    bonggamom (at) yahoo (dot) com

  5. Please enter me and my baby daughter in your contest.
    thanks

  6. This sounds like such a great cd! Our family loves learning about other cultures and languages!
    Thanks for the giveaway…

  7. We have a baby due in February, what an awesome sounding CD.

    Thanks,
    Christy

  8. I am super excited because I just found out I will be able to have a nursery for my little boy due Thanksgiving day! This cd would be the cherry on top! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  9. I’ve been wanting an International Lullaby CD for awhile. Thanks for the chance to win one!
    give_me_a_latte at yahoo

  10. Thanks for the giveaway. Please enter me, too. :)

  11. thanks

  12. This sounds like a nice cd, I love music from around the world and i’m trying to get my whole family to appreciate worldly music!

  13. I love lullaby music….my daughter (and us) would love this cd! Thank you for the giveaway!

  14. We usually give her a bath right before bed, then put her in her crib with her white noise on, and the lullaby CD.

  15. I would love to win this CD! My dd goes to sleep listening to music every night and this would be a great way for me to give her something different to listen to! ty so much for the chance to win it! :)

  16. What a great giveaway! I bought a Putamayo lullaby cd and my son loves it. I was looking at buying some more, but I’ll hold out until your giveaway ends. I hadn’t heard of Secret Mountain but I’d love to try it out.

  17. Honestly bedtime is a huge problem in our house right now…sigh..maybe this would help us out…I have no bedtime routine..somebody help me..

    amitymatthia[at]hotmail[dot]com

  18. This would be a great cd for my kids to fall asleep to. It can be difficult to find good kids music that isn’t hard for the parents to listen to as well.

  19. I breastfeed my daughter until she falls asleep and then we put her in bed. It saves a lot of tears!

    the_other_alice_(at)yahoo.com

  20. our bedtime routine is pretty simple right now, get in pjs, listen to music while nursing to sleep.

  21. Soft music is perfect for our bedtime routine!

  22. This sounds like such a great cd

  23. I love playing music during naptime! Please enter me and thank you for the chance to win

  24. Our bedtime routine starts with a warm bath for my toddler. Then a massage with baby lotion. Then we snuggle up in his favorite blankie and read two books. By then he is relaxed and ready to lay down. He can’t sleep without background noise so we always play a CD for him to fall asleep to.

    thanks for the chance to win this cd. it would be great for him.

  25. Each night at bed time we all sit on my son’s bed and read the Bible, pray together, and then sing. He loves the singing part! Then it’s tucking him in and kisses all around!

  26. Isn’t the carnival awesome? I’ve discovered new products and even made a few friends.

  27. If it’s me, I nurse him in the rocking chair and then read a book in bed. I turn on the white noise machine, and he turns out the light and snuggles up to me. Not napping (though annoying) has the advantage of him falling asleep a lot more quickly at night. Usually before we go upstairs we put on quiet music – Putumayo Dreamland is a favorite, so I’m sure he’d love this.

  28. We read the scriptures, say family prayer, brush teeth, read stories and then put them to bed. It seems to work well so far! I always put music on for quiet/nap time. We are always listening to music here!
    sharlacarbine at gmail dot com

  29. We do bath and potty, brush teeth, read 1-3 books (depending on length), and sing a bedtime prayer

  30. My son gets a bath every night (by me) b/c it’s fun and then dad reads books with him. He likes to sleep with his plush animal “friends”. sarah_jakel at yahoo dot com

  31. Our bedtime rountine includes bath, reading books, into bed, say prayers and talk about our day and then to sleep.

    I would love to be entered in this giveaway!

    owatz @telus (DOT) net

  32. That sounds SO lovely! We’re close to having our first baby, and I’m determined to find children’s music that we can actually live with. This sounds like a wonderful option (especially because both parents are world travelers and hope Baby will become one as well!).

  33. Bedtime routine. . .hmmm . . .need to work on that. My son is 3 weeks old, so right now I fall asleep on the couch when he goes to his crib. I stay close because he gets up to eat several times during the night. :)
    Thanks for entering me! This would be lovely.
    pinkeareddog (at) gmail (dot) com

  34. bath, pjs, books with dad, nurse with mom, bed!

  35. My husband reads the girls a few stories, and then once they’re in bed, they each get to pick a song for me to sing to them while I cuddle them.

  36. I almost always either nurse my babies to sleep, or as they get older, gather them up in their favourite blanket and rock them to sleep. It is one of my most special times with them.

  37. I have 2 kids – Routine is usually bath, brush teeth, books, prayers, (8 month old nurses), play bedtime music CD, goodnight!

  38. Well I can’t tell you what her routine is going to be yet, but I can tell you what she’s like in utero — she’s pretty quiet during the day, but once I lay down in bed at night, she starts doing the rumba!

  39. We play music too! Usually Pea will walk over to the CD player and patienly wait. Then I pick her up and put her on the changing table for jammies. She’s enjoying warm milk after that and I’ll rock her until she’s done. We lay her down awake and she’s usually asleep within 10 minutes.

    seeryusfam@msn.com

  40. Sounds like a great CD
    gkstratos@yahoo.com

  41. Not only does the baby love lullabies but I do too, especially when I’m rocking her to sleep.
    clenna@aol.com

  42. I love this…hope to win.

  43. We read scriptures while he drinks his bottle, then we say prayers and I sing to him three songs. I kiss him goodnight, tell him I love him, and leave the room whether he’s still awake or not.

  44. This would be great for my son and the baby on the way.

  45. bath, some stories and bedtimes songs…this would be great to win

  46. My little one has been fighting sleep lately and something like this would really help out!

    ellybean@connected2christ.com

  47. brush teeth, read a couple books, say a prayer and sing a little song. This looks like a fun cd!!

  48. If all goes smoothly, a snack of cereal, granola bar, etc.
    Then, a bathroom check, bedtime story, hugs and a goodnight kiss. Thanks, Cindi

  49. I would love to win this for the new baby! When my toddler was an infant we would play music to soothe him to sleep. Now we just brush teeth, wash face, read a book and it’s off to sleep! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Angela
    itsahumanzoo(at)gmail(dot)com
    P.S. Stop by my blog for a chance to win some great Bath and Body works stuff!

  50. We are REALLY simple. For the littlest : 2 short board books, a song, and straight to bed with white noise. For the middle: a chapter of a book and straight to bed with bedtime music (this would be for her). For the oldest – she’s a teenager so she’s on her own – we let her read til she falls asleep.

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