Baby crying noise machines are becoming increasingly popular as baby cry babies become more vocal and more independent.
What do you need to know about noise machines?
The first baby cry machine, named Lulu, was designed to help the mum, not the baby, keep calm and keep babies safe.
It’s designed to keep a baby quiet during birth.
But this baby cry baby machine is designed to be used during labour, and so is designed for a very low temperature of just 0.1 degrees Celsius.
This means the baby will remain calm during labour.
However, there is no ‘safe temperature’ in the baby crying machine.
So even if you are in a warm home, you will need to make sure the baby is comfortable.
The baby will also need to be cooled to below 2 degrees Celsius to prevent overheating.
Lulu comes in a variety of sizes and colours, but is most commonly available in a stainless steel case, which measures 22.5cm by 14cm.
Lulu costs around £1,600.
You can buy a noise machine from your nearest health and safety retailer, such as Amazon.
You may also want to check if there is a quiet baby crying machine in your area, especially if you live in a big city or are planning to visit.
Here are some tips to help make sure you have the right baby cry machines for your needs.