Adventures in Babysitting Two (A Pitch) | Trending Tuesday | Sleep With Me #365

Drift off to sleep with a little Jigsaw Puzzling. (17:06) The Noush will trigger a Scooter walking ponder that ends in another movie pitch “A Babysitter meets Goonies”. Yeah you can go ahead and fall asleep.

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Sleep With Me is a bedtime story designed to take your mind off of the racing thoughts that keep you awake at night.

As you listen you will find yourself distracted from your worries and drifting off into dreamland..due to the fact the story gets a little bit more boring with each passing minute

This podcast is a little weird, a bit silly and a tad offensive so beware. It is very similar to ASMR or guided meditation bedtime story that slowly carries you off to slumber.

“Sleep With Me” is a groundbreaking podcast created to help you fall asleep. So get in bed, press play and drift off into dreamland.

If you struggle with insomnia or just getting a good night’s rest, you’ve found the podcast for you.

Show Edited and Music by Christopher Postill @ Sounds Like An Earful Podcast “A Podcast about collecting stories, tinkering with noises and fumbling with really big questions”

Sleep With Me podcast art created by Always Trending Up Scott & Jennifer

The “Mystery Bard” is played by Jonathan Mann who also writes the lullabies.

Sleep With Me is written by Drew Ackerman and “performed” by Dearest Scooter

1 comment for “Adventures in Babysitting Two (A Pitch) | Trending Tuesday | Sleep With Me #365

  1. DLB
    July 3, 2016 at 1:00 am

    “YA” = Young Adult fiction (ages 12 _ 18)
    Is that the term you were looking for?

    If the kids reading the books are analytical minded you might be thinking of Jung Adult fiction? LOL… Lest I jest…😂

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