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Sleepy Farm

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passed the stage of wanting to press every single button on Mr Sun (which prompted me to set the key lock function on! I have written a whole series of stories for 7 - 11 years olds, as well as more poems for picture books for the 3 - 6 year olds. The clock comes with an illustrated book which you read at bedtime before saying night night to Mr Sun before he morphs in to Mr Star. Jen says: “I didn’t think there was a product in the world that could help stop my toddler operate on a 24 hour battery. The Gro-clock is a brilliant addition to your child’s nursery or bedroom and I would recommend it, not only as a clock or an alarm but also as a dimmed bedroom light.Maintaining the constant routine and gently enforcing the messages in the Sleepy Time book is really helping the child to understand the day doesn’t start at 5am. I think this feature will come into its own and become invaluable as BattleKid gets older and understands the concept of time more. However, Mia let me know that she had seen the ‘sunshine face’ come out and was very, very excited about it! Bath, pyjamas, stories and milk, it's just that simple but the kids really like that comfort of knowing what's coming next at bedtime and what to expect. You can set the brightness to your preference – we’ve gone for the lowest so it doesn’t disturb his sleep.

length) so there’s no need for batteries (*excludes adaptor plug but compatible with most USB plugs used as phone chargers). I have found this to be a really great device for making the child understand the concept day, night and time. Read more about the seller notes “Used, has some minor marks on it, which are not noticable when in use. Hi, I’m Harps, an award winning blogger who shares my journey of motherhood after experiencing post natal depression and an unexpected diagnosis of Down’s syndrome.It is also ideal if your child needs to get up in the night to go to the toilet – it is just enough for them to see where they are going without needing the main light on. When it gets to the wake up time you have chosen, the display will change to a yellow sun, meaning it is time to get up. This way, your child will wake up and see the sun come out, and create a positive association with their clock,” advise the makers of the Gro Clock.

If we go up to his room for anything other than sleep, so long as he sees Mr Sun and we say hello, he knows I’m not going in there to put him to bed. For Ethan things also really seemed to improve in his sleep habits after he moved up to a big bed and was potty trained. You can use it as a nightlight, or for night feeds with a small baby – we have 2 of these Gro-Lights and have been using them for both purposes. In 2007 I was having a shower, when an idea arrived in my head for a children's clock that would help my son William to know when it was time to get up in the morning.This updated version of the Gro-clock uses fun images of the stars and sun to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it's time to get up. We’ve had it nearly three weeks and haven’t had one tantrum going to bed since Mr Star and Mr Sun came along! Great review and you must be really delighted to get that extra half am hour sleep – at such small ales 30mins still means a lot!

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