Wednesday 6th June 2012
The KID’Sleep clock by Claessens’Kids serves two roles. For babies, it is a night light, displaying a cute illuminated cartoon image of a baby bunny sleeping on a hammock under the moon.
For toddlers, the clock is a way of conveying a wake-up time before they understand how to tell time. An illuminated scene shows the bunny sleeping in a bed. At a preconfigured time, that image goes dark and another above it lights up to show the bunny trotting along wearing a backpack in daylight. An optional bird chirping alarm can also play.
I bought this for Luna in hopes that she would stay in bed until the set time I’d configured on the clock (7am). She has been waking up around 4-5 and blackout blinds aren’t helping anymore. I would say, ‘Luna it’s not time to wake up it’s too early’. She asked for a way to know when it’s time to wake up. Ding. Ding. Ding. KID’Sleep clock to the rescue. Or so I thought…. We’ve used it for about 2 weeks now and I have to say she loves having the clock, it doesn’t make her stay in bed in the morning. She is still getting up and coming to my bed. Maybe it will help some of you out there. In the meantime, I’d love some other tips from you mamas on getting her to stay in her bed.
Available to purchase from Ark Kids.