3/24/12

Nightmare Nibbler - Review

For the last three weeks, I've listened to my almost-five-year-old daycare girl tell me about her bad dreams. Since I'm a daycare provider, I've been witness to many bad dreams during naptime and know how distressing they can be to a young child. The Nightmare Nibbler has come to the rescue!
The Nightmare Nibbler is an adorable little friend who can snack on all those children's nightmares and comfort your child throughout the night! This friendly guy will become fast friends with your child. The day he arrived here at my daycare, she asked me, "Miss Lisa, can I take him for a night?" which turned into "Can I keep him two nights?" and then "How about four nights?" On Friday, shortly after her dad picked her up, they returned, because she was looking for him. Unfortunately, I still hadn't written my review, so I sent home another stuffed animal with her, with promises she could take him home Monday. She was visibly disappointed.
Nightmare Nibbler won the Kidlutions Preferred Product Award and I'm so excited to introduce him to you. If your child has nightmares, this little guy is sure to provide some comfort. His name? Norbert! This is a perfect Easter Basket addition! Here's his poem:

I’m a Nightmare Nibbler who’s on duty through the night, protecting you from scary things that might give you a fright!

It doesn’t matter what it is, I’m not afraid at all whether 1 inch, 1 foot or a bazillion feet tall!

You see, as a Nightmare Nibbler all I do is eat, bad dreams, scary dreams, I think they’re all a treat!

Those dreams do not stand a chance, when I am here with you since I chew them up and swallow them, before they can say boo!

So hug me tight, close your eyes and wipe away your fears, I’m here all night to protect you, if anything appears.

Good Night and Pleasant Dreams…

xo

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Disclosure: I received this product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.

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66 comments:

  1. Always about monsters!
    radeeolover at yahoo dot com

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  2. Kathy McCrae3/24/12, 10:07 PM

    Afraid someone is going to break into the house (get kidnapped/shot)

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  3. Being in the dark

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  4. Bev Elliott
    This would be for my granddaughter and she's only 1 so she can't say. Thanks for a chance to win this.

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  5. My son always has dreams about dinosaurs chasing him around our house.

    jennifer.johncock@rocketmail.com

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  6. For my niece and I don't get to see her much but just in case she needs it, it will be headed her way if I win.

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  7. they aren't old enough to tell me yet but i really think they would like this

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  8. Leaving out all the circumstances surrounding 'why' he has nightmares... he always dreams he's being stolen... it's sad. I NEED 1 of these... maybe he'll even start sleeping in his own bed again!! =)

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  9. A guy who would disappear and reappear and scare people. What a great product! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  10. My son has just started dreaming that monsters are coming to take him away... during night terrors I see him pushing things away and kicking... his heart beating a mile a minute. It breaks my heart.

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  11. My son is afraid the police and CPS will take him away like they did his friends.

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  12. Something happening to me.

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  13. zombies..think he played apps with zombies
    sandy1955 at comcast dot net

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  14. My son has nightmares about Malifiscent

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  15. My grandson dreams about monsters. A nightlight has helped.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  16. about something hiding in the closet or under the bed

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  17. we just had a break in so it is about burglers, etc..
    monicaandrew25@hotmail.com

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  18. My granddaughter watched a scary movie and was afraid there was something under her bed

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

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  19. Something 'scary' in her closet!
    Connie Gruning
    CGruning at aol(dot)com

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  20. Monsters in the dark. He will not sleep without a nightlight.

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  21. Monsters, ghosts, a noise. These are from my twin Nephew and Niece!!!
    Kathleen Quinlan

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  22. Noises in the night.

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  23. Almost always about losing a parent.
    jaquerichards at yahoo dot com

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  24. My 6 y/o daughter has repeat nightmares about the big spin brushes you find in a car wash. No idea why. One of life's little mysteries.
    Tracy Awalt Juliano
    ohsopetite1 at yahoo

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  25. The grass where she plays was on fire.

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  26. my duaghter has nightmares at least 3 times a week. but she never remembers what they were:/

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  27. My son's nightmare was about being alone.

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  28. A scary robot in her room.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  29. Danielle Davis/Grady3/26/12, 11:19 PM

    Monsters!
    Thank you!
    Suchaproudmama @ yahoo.com

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  30. Would be for when nieces and nephews come to visit...what a great concept!

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  31. Being chased by tornados.

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  32. Someone outside his window... but our neighbors are REALLY loud (and young) so he hears noised from them all the time & they really bother him. Sometimes he even wants to sleep with his headphones on. He's not even 3yrs old yet!
    chevsweeps(@)yahoo(dot)com

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  33. Dinosaurs, my son has nightmares of dinosaurs eating him.

    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  34. My daughter always dreams about some sort of roller coaster accident

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  35. I wish I knew. She doesn't talk well enough o be able to tell me

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  36. My son's nightmare was about a big dog.

    soklad82@hotmail.com

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  37. My sons nightmares are about monsters. It is the only word he knows for bad people

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  38. My daughter has nightmares about falling all the time.
    april yedinak

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  39. I can't say for sure what his nightmares are about, but he wakes up shouting No! No!

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  40. Giant bugs

    isabelli3619 {at} aol {dot} com

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  41. Mom wanting a pet spider named joe.. she laughs about it now!

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  42. I am not sure, but he wakes up a lot at night crying :(
    eg kaufman

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  43. Monsters, mostly. (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

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  44. my grandson john he is sleep walking and now have to put the lock u higher so he can not go out side he would think his dinasuars

    desiteblonde2msn.com

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  45. Monsters under the bed!
    Thanks - Sarah Z
    believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

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  46. he's still to young to tell me

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  47. Danielle Williams4/4/12, 1:57 PM

    She was being chased by a tiger :( I felt so bad!

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

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  48. I think being back in the hospital!

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  49. Currently it is crane flies.

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  50. my daughter has nightmares about people dying ever since her grandfather passed away two years ago!

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  51. For some reason Sharks!

    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

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  52. It would be for my niece that currently has dreams about swamps. We live in the south, so, I guess that would be why.

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  53. He had read Cat in The Hat at school and had a nightmare of a cat in a hat living in his closet.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot ocm

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  54. Ghosts


    Sherwalk at yahoo dot com

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  55. My grandson has nightmares about the tooth fairy!

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  56. They usually don't remember their nighmares but, once one of them said it was about getting lost in a store. Laurie Adams,adamsfamily@peak.org

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