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Dreamimal™ Plush Comfort Animal Pillow

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  • Instructions: Before bed, write down the good dreams you hope to have on the blank notepad and place the note in the stuffed animal
  • Helps establish a consistent and relaxing bedtime ritual
  • Encourages positive thinking and confidence
  • Each purchase provides support for the non-profit Take Stock in Children®
  • Made in China
Materials
Cover: Polyester; Fill: Cotton
Care
Machine wash and dry on delicate cycle
Includes
60-page blank "dream wishes" notebook, and storybook
Ages
3+
Dimensions
10.75" x 7.5" x 3"
Weight
1 lb

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Encourages positive thinking & confidence · Establish a bedtime ritual · Super soft & cuddly plush
These comforting creatures introduce a new bedtime ritual for children. Each night children are encouraged to write down their hopes, dreams, and aspirations on a blank "dream wishes" card and place the card into their pillow before enjoying a restful night’s sleep.
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The Dream Pillow™

These plush bedtime comfort pillows were dreamt up by 7-year old Harper Miller. The bedtime essentials empower children to look forward to bedtime and help them practice positive imagery before bed by asking kids what they want to dream about. Children write out their hopes, dreams, and aspirations on a wish note, place the note in the pillow or stuffed animal, and cuddle up for a dreamy night of restful sleep.

A portion of proceeds go to Take Stock in Children®, a non-profit organization working to break the cycle of poverty for low-income, academically qualified students by providing scholarships and mentorship.