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The clock that keeps babies in bed! Lock Rss

Anyone know what it's called? Or know what I'm talking about lol.. My sister is having problems with her DD waking up at 4am every night and coming into her bed, she was 2 in July so wanted to tell her about the clock but I've only seen it mentioned on here so don't know what to google!

Yes, I know exactly what you mean, we are toying whether to get one for our DS who thinks 5.30am is "morning time" - well technically he is correct but hell!
I have seen three different ones advertised, two are cheaper than the other but I think the more expensive one has better features?

Anyway, check these links, I hope they help.

http://www.mybabyzoo.com/products/sleeptrainer

http://www.bambinipronto.com.au/Product-gro-clock-1920.aspx

http://www.bambinipronto.com.au/Product-children-alarm-clock-nightlight-ok-to-wake-1447.aspx

His Royal Highness, Prince William

Wow they are expensive!

Yes, I know exactly what you mean, we are toying whether to get one for our DS who thinks 5.30am is "morning time" - well technically he is correct but hell!
I have seen three different ones advertised, two are cheaper than the other but I think the more expensive one has better features?

Anyway, check these links, I hope they help.

http://www.mybabyzoo.com/products/sleeptrainer

http://www.bambinipronto.com.au/Product-gro-clock-1920.aspx

http://www.bambinipronto.com.au/Product-children-alarm-clock-nightlight-ok-to-wake-1447.aspx


Thanks for that!! I've passed it on to my sister, she likes the monkey one lol (would suit my niece!). She's pregnant and my niece is a bed hog so she's getting desperate for her to stay in her own bed now so thank-you!!

MyDS1 just got the gro clock for his birthday.

HEAVEN

Works like a charm. He wakes and goes to the loo then goes back to his room and lies on his bed reading or daydream or watching the stars count down to the sun rise on the clock.

What I did was explain what they were for and let him choose the one he would co-operate with. Gro Clock one. It's a nice blue at night and works for day sleeps too. It took me a couple of days to get my head around how it worked though!
I guess it is worth a try. Personally i think at that age they just want comfort hence them crawling into bed for a cuddle. I don't know if a 2 yo would think to look at the clock in their half asleep daze. Let us know how it goes!

MyDS1 just got the gro clock for his birthday.

HEAVEN

Works like a charm. He wakes and goes to the loo then goes back to his room and lies on his bed reading or daydream or watching the stars count down to the sun rise on the clock.

What I did was explain what they were for and let him choose the one he would co-operate with. Gro Clock one. It's a nice blue at night and works for day sleeps too. It took me a couple of days to get my head around how it worked though!


Ah sweet, this is the one we were leaning towards.

His Royal Highness, Prince William


Ah sweet, this is the one we were leaning towards.



I would have prefered it with an analogue clock, but as it turns out the digital one is the one he doesn't understand and needs to start getting used to.

He has an analogue clock on his wall in the bedroom and he has another in his playroom and I am surprised by how much he has worked out about the time from them. He is learning way more than I give him credit for.
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