11/13/12

Getting a good night's sleep is an important part of life from birth through adulthood, we all need our rest to properly function, grow and develop. We were blessed with early risers in our house and I'm not talking about hubby and I. The kids are up and at 'em as soon as it is light out whether it's 5am or 8am, they are ready to go when the sun is!

Of course my kids are a little older and understand that they aren't allowed to roam around the house early in the morning unless mommy or daddy are up to help them with whatever they need. Younger kids, not so much. Some get up before the sun rises and parents sometimes don't know what to do besides get up as early as they do to ensure they are taken care of.

It's almost next to impossible to sleep in at all when you have a young baby but when your child is at preschooler age or decides to give up naps, those moments you used to use for something productive can diminish before you know it. Sometimes parents just need their kids to sleep at least until the sun comes up in the morning or try to help convince them to nap a little longer - Sleep Buddy might be the answer!  




The Sleep Buddy System was created to help young kids know what time is OK to get up and encouraging healthy sleep habits.  Teach your kids when to stay in bed. It's an easy to program sleep light (it also comes with a children's book "A bedtime surprise" and a rewards sticker chart!) to help kids into a good sleep routine.



Why SleepBuddy? The national sleep foundation suggests the #1 tip for children to have a good sleep routine is to start at night. A nightly routine allows your child enough time to relax and ease into a good nights sleep. Sleep Buddy helps do just that and was designed to help parents and children reach sleep pattern milestones!

You program Sleep Buddy through the bottom, no confusing clocks or time-teachers, this is a simple blue light for younger kids. While the timer runs the blue light stays on and when it shuts off, so does the light letting your kid know that it's time to get up now! Great to use over night or during nap times, for at home or even small daycare groups. What I like about Sleep Buddy is that it's simple. No images or bright colours that would make kids want to play with it or pull at it as it has to be plugged in in order to work. 

PTPA award winning Sleep Buddy will help your child learn and help everyone get a good nights sleep! Follow @SleepBuddy on Twitter and Like SleepBuddy on Facebook for up to date news! For more information or to order yours visit www.sleepbuddy.com!

SleepBuddy helps, the rest is easy! 




Disclosure: Posted on behalf of SleepBuddy. We receieved complimentary product for review purposes. Giveaway prize provided by SleepBuddy. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of the author. 

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25 comments:

  1. Our bedtime routine with our toddler is awesome, but I am due TODAY with our second son and who knows how he will sleep! So this would be great to try out. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. We all go up at 8pm to get ready for bed. Teeth brushed, reading books. My second son gets up way too early for me. He will come into our room and wake us up wondering if he can go watch cartoons. This would help his stay in his room until we are all ready to get up.

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  3. I would love to try this out with my grandaughter when she spends the night. She always sleeps between me and her grandpa.

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  4. My son goes to bed very easily but usually gets up too early. This would really help him know to stay in bed and not come wake me up at 5AM

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  5. My granddaughter goes to bed just fine, but tends to wake up way to early & then proceeds to wake up her baby sister. This sleep buddy would definitely let her learn when it was too early to be up & about.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  6. My son would really benefit from this product. He is an "odd" sleeper. Some nights he wakes up and some he sleeps through. Some nights he fights us to go to sleep and some he goes quietly. He has never been much of a sleeper. Thankfully, I can get by on not a lot of sleep...unlike my husband.

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  7. We would definitely benefit our little one wakes up at 5am
    Marla

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  8. I could use this because we always seem to be up before 5 and I need some help to increase out morning sleep

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  9. Our routine is fairly good. Although I may have to remove Scout from his bed. hehe! This SleepBuddy would be perfect for when we move our youngest from his crib to a big boy bed. I have been worrying about him have free reign of the house once he wakes up. hehe!

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  10. Bedtime is chaos in our house as the kids don't want to sleep not to mention they wake up in the night!

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  11. My first son slept like a dream. The second... not so much. I would love to try this to see if it would work for him.
    Jennifer

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  12. My oldest daughter sleeps in well in the morning but I would like to try this with my youngest.

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  14. i don't have a little one yet, i am due in 2 months though. this would be handy in the future!
    rafflecopter name - Yan Deng

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  15. This is perfect, since little ones cannot tell time. It's an awesome tool to help them know when to get up. Sleep routine includes quiet family time to calm for the evening.

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  16. Our bedtime routine is relaxed and easy. The problem is - if one of my boys wakes up to use the bathroom (could be 1am, could be 3am) they figure it is time to be awake and want to wake up their brother! I think this would really help!

    breej23 at hotmail dot com

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  17. we read books nightly. this would be great to help my daughter learn when is an appropriate time to get up in the morning

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  18. By the end of the day my 4 year old is very tired so she goes to sleep pretty easily, however we would benefit from this because she is afraid of the dark so she sleeps with the lights on and doesn't know what time it is when she gets up
    amymbrown at gmail.com

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  19. Both my kids like to sleep until what I feel is reasonable time but I know my friend has troubles with her little guy. Or maybe it is just because I am a morning person and don't mind...

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  20. What a great tool! My oldest could really use it. He always wakes up too early.

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  21. My son would benefit from the Sleep Buddy system.

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