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    Default Tell me about your white noise?

    Our little fella loves ShhShh. Good in a pinch that you can replicate it yourself.

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    We use a fan. But that's for my dp to be able to sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelicHobgoblin View Post
    We use a fan. But that's for my dp to be able to sleep
    yeah we like a fan too. when ds is in our room, we use the fan too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    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!
    This worked for me too.

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    I bought a Homedics machine from a baby shop. I was actually trying to but a fan but apparently you can't buy them where I live in Vic unless its summer so I bought the machine instead. It has 6 different sounds, we have it on the ocean one. It can plug into a power outlet or use batteries so we can take it wherever DS is sleeping. It's great for drowning out a noisy 3 year old!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Do you not have a personal phone too?
    Yes. But as I said when I go back to work I'll need my work phone as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MillieMollyMandy View Post
    I bought a Homedics machine from a baby shop. I was actually trying to but a fan but apparently you can't buy them where I live in Vic unless its summer so I bought the machine instead. It has 6 different sounds, we have it on the ocean one. It can plug into a power outlet or use batteries so we can take it wherever DS is sleeping. It's great for drowning out a noisy 3 year old!
    That sounds like something I'd use, does it have an indefinite function or switch off after a set time?

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    I've got two older daughters that make plenty of noise when dd3 is sleeping.

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    Our baby monitors have a white noise function that plays lullabies and white noise (rainfall, ocean, vacuum cleaner etc) and you can play one constantly or rotate between all of the sounds.

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    I just use an old iPhone that is no longer used by us.

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