Thursday, December 27, 2012

Holiday Gift Guide: Kid's Sleep Clock Review & Giveaway


With the Holidays are wrapping up so are Courtney and I on our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide. I hope you enjoy the last few reviews and giveaways we will be bringing you!!

One thing my boys have had problems with is knowing when it is time to get up or not. They always have a tendency of getting up way to early and wanting to stay up way to late. Since my oldest is just starting to learn how to tell time it was a struggle on getting them to understand. I was very excited when I learned about the Kids' Sleep Classic Clock.


I really like the style of this clock. Though it does not have a big screen to tell the time on it the children learn about time with the pictures. If it is daytime the picture at the top lights up so the boys know it is OK to be up and moving around. When it becomes bedtime the bottom picture lights up. Typically we have a hard time getting the boys to go to bed but since having the clock in their room it has not been a big problem. I think they like that the clock is also a night light for their room.


I set the clock on the stand in between their beds so its easy for both them to see it. The other morning Pumpkin got up and walked into the living room because he heard me talking on the phone and told me that his clock said it was not time to be up yet and I needed to go back to bed. I was so happy that he understood the concept of the pictures and I have been happy that even if the boys wake up early they stay in their room now and keep quiet. I would defiantly recommend this clock to any parent that needed help with teaching their child when the right time was to be up or not. We have only been using for a few days and I am seeing a difference in my boys and I love it!! The Kids' Sleep clock also comes in pink or blue. 

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23 comments:

Sandy VanHoey said...

I'd choose pink for both my granddaughters. My daughter has issues with them wanting to get up all throughout the night

debijackson said...

the blue debbie jackson
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Carrie Phelps said...

I would love the pink for my granddaughter, this would be an adorable addition to her room.

karenmed409 said...

I would choose the Blue. With the new daylight savings time.. our little guy doesn't understand why he has to get up when it is still a little dark outside. Being little and not knowing how to tell time..he will have a better understanding of the picture on the clock
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Geri Fink said...

Blue please. This would really help LO learn night time and daytime!

Anonymous said...

I would get pink for my niece - Dena

Jan Lee said...

I would choose blue for my great nephew's room :)

Barker's Momma said...

I'd pick blue. :-)

Amanda said...

The pink. Maybe it will help get dd to bed on time! LOL She does not like going to bed/sleep!
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Tammy Shelton said...

Blue for my 5 year Old GRANDson... Andrew. he would LOVE this!

Tammy Shelton said...

BLUE ~~ For my 5 Yr. old Grandson Andrew. He would love this!

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I would like the blue one for my son to help him understand of when it is time to get up.

Wendy Rozema said...

Pink for my niece!!

Clarke & Lewis said...

pink for my dd

Joy Harris said...

Blue for my son. He's learning about time now.

Kristen said...

I'd like the Blue.
I collect toys and things for the local Ronald McDonald House, so this would be great for someone there.

Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...

I like blue, for my son.

Roshana said...

blue for my little boy...

jeanette sheets said...

i picked blue i really want to win this for my son

Dianna said...

Either is perfect--Pink for our Kaydense and blue for Dom and Izzy--so either way its perfect-- :-0

Dianna said...

either pink or blue--we four littles,the 6yrold though can tell time--working with the last three to understand

Sherry Compton said...

Blue for my grandkids.
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Judy Gregory said...

pink for my granddaughter