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    Default Tell me about your white noise?

    I've been using my work iPhone with white noise app, pretty much since birth with my DS, who self settles really well with it. But once I head back to work I obviously will need that phone again!

    What are people using, products/ideas? Need something portable for when we go away and when DS is in daycare and at the grandparents.

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    I got a white noise machine from a baby shop, does a few sounds plus white noise has been a god send for us.

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    Do you not have a personal phone too?

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    I have my old iPhone 4 with the white noise app on it which I keep in ds' room.

    what about an old iPod and docking station?

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    But the cheapest radio you can find, tune it (or rather untune it) to a blank radio station. I've used it for DS since birth and it works a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post

    what about an old iPod and docking station?
    I do this.

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    I just use an old iPhone with an app called sleepy sounds on the rainfall setting. I like this method as it has an indefinite function so doesn't turn off after a set time, doesn't run on batteries, great volume control (louder during the day, quieter at night). As a back up I have the app on a tablet I rarely use too. But an old iPhone/android and use an app?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I just use an old iPhone with an app called sleepy sounds on the rainfall setting. I like this method as it has an indefinite function so doesn't turn off after a set time, doesn't run on batteries, great volume control (louder during the day, quieter at night). As a back up I have the app on a tablet I rarely use too. But an old iPhone/android and use an app?
    We use this one too and have it on an iPad we don't use much.

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    Mine is called sound sleeper haha same same but diff

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Mine is called sound sleeper haha same same but diff
    Yes I have used that one too but much prefer sleepy sounds!

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