This post is sponsored and written by me on behalf of Sleep Buddy through a campaign managed by BSM Media. All opinions are my own.
When it comes to sleep and little kids, we sometimes find that the concept of time with little kids can be an issue. Where little kids might not understand or struggle with what time means, and what bed times and awake times are. Where nap times can be confusing due to the time of day, and where bed times during certain times of the year can be confusing due to the extended or shortened daylight hours. Which is why, as a parent, I find that having the resources to help kids with such issues can be very helpful for everyone. And why I have found the SleepBuddy to be a great tool to have on hand for both kids and parents when it comes to building healthy sleep habits.
With the SleepBuddy, we get a type of clock or timer of sorts, that gives parents the control to set the various times for kids to follow, using a simple child proof programming. These times include a clock that can be set, which is great for little ones to use as they begin learning how to tell time. Along with the clock, I like that we can also easily set times for naps, bed times, and wake times with the programmable lighting. Giving us a soothing blue or amber light that stays on when it is time for sleep and turns off when it is time to wake up.
Then when it comes to the other great features that you get when you add the SleepBuddy to the sleep training for your little one, I like that it includes a Parents Guide, to assist parents with. With the Parents Guide I like that it offers tips, strategies and advice that can help parents and caregivers to make the SleepBuddy a very important tool to have when it comes to those bedtime and naptime routines. Also included is a book that is perfect for reading to the kids when it is time for bed and a Reward Chart with stickers to help encourage those healthy sleep habits. Which when you bring all of the specs together, makes the SleepBuddy a must have in my book, when it comes to building those healthy sleep habits starting with toddlers who are ready to transition from the crib to a bed, kids who have trouble sleeping through the night, co-sleepers who are ready to sleep on their own, as well as for kids who are on the autism spectrum and can find the blue light to offer a calming effect.
So if you have little ones who need help when it comes to building those healthy sleep habits, or kids who would benefit from some of the features that the SleepBuddy offers when it comes to sleep, then be sure to add the SleepBuddy to your list of must have products!
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