As seen in the next video, it appears it can take the Baby Shusher a bit of time to kick in and start working to calm some fussy infants, like the 30 seconds or so that it took the below baby to calm down and stop crying. Either way, parents of colicky babies would no doubt not mind trying anything that might help them get a break from all the noise.
Indeed, there are plenty of YouTube videos about the , with moms raving about the device that mimics the sounds babies would’ve found in the womb — a sound that typically calms them. While some parents say the loudest sound setting is too loud, they still love the lower settings that help give them a break from trying to create the whole shushing sounds out of their own mouths.
“This is a small video of baby Madison who hates being in the car seat. The Baby Shusher helps to calm fussy babies when all of their other needs have been met.”
It certainly works in the video called Baby Maddox, whose YouTube description claims he hates being in his car seat. As shown in the video, the crying baby stops crying once the Baby Shusher is placed near him, and once it is adjusted so that the shushing sound grows louder. Instead of crying, he seems intrigued and calmed by the sound.