So how do you keep your toddler in bed until an acceptable hour?? Ahhhh not easily that’s for sure!! I have a BRILLIANT product to share with you, SleepBuddy, a programmable sleep light. This is an exceptional product!! Not only can you program the SleepBuddy for night time but also for naptime!!!! BRILLIANT!! The SleepBuddy is a super easy concept for kids! If the SleepBuddy light is on…….stay in bed. When the light turns off you can get up. AWESOME!!! Even two year old Alice is able to understand these visual cues.
The SleepBuddy arrives wrapped up like a present. What a great touch!! Inside the package is the programmable sleep light, children’s story book that explains to your child the idea behind the SleepBuddy. There is a chart with stickers to reinforce success. Alice is all about the stickers!!
First thing after opening our present, we read the Bedtime Story and put up the sticker chart. The SleepBuddy is super easy to program! It took less than 3 minutes to program for bedtime and naptime.
The SleepBuddy light is bright enough to replace a night light, also bright enough to be seen for naptime. Alice seemed to grasp the idea immediately almost treating the light like a game. SleepBuddy WORKS!! Alice knows to stay in bed! There aren’t any fights, there isn’t any temper tantrums. It WORKS!!!
Sleep Buddy is great for boys or girls, there aren’t any cutesy animals or cartoons so it will be great in any room!! There are no distractions to keep Alice from going to sleep!!
Did you know that a toddler, age 1 to 3, should be getting a full 12 to 14 hours of sleep!?!? I had no idea!! From 4 to 6 should be getting 11 to 13 hours of sleep!
SleepBuddy was invented by a mother of five, teacher and certified sleep consultant. She knows her stuff. The SleepBuddy is designed for children 18 months to 6 years old.
SleepBuddy’s much deserved awards!!
This little SleepBuddy is worth it’s weight in GOLD!!! We give SleepBuddy 2 well rested THUMBS way UP!!
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