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October 30, 2013

GIVEAWAY: Pampers - Help your child adjust to Daylight Savings change!!!


By interviewing over 9,000 moms about what was important for their baby, Pampers found the number one unmet need is a diaper that provides superior overnight dryness. They have also learned from a recent study that over half of moms (52%) felt that their baby’s sleep patterns are thrown off when the clocks ‘fall back’ and Daylight Savings Time ends.  So when you're already worried about the time change, the last thing you want to worry about is a leaky diaper, which is why Pampers Baby Dry is such a great choice. Pampers Baby Dry diapers offer little ones up to 12 hours of overnight protection! A dry night means baby will more likely be more rested, less fussy and more contented the next day.


With the Daylight Savings change happening this weekend, I was anxious to learn some tips that may help get my little guy [aka Tigger ;-)] on the new schedule with as few tantrums as possible. Below are a handful of suggestions provided from sleep expert, Kim West, when getting your baby adjusted to the new schedule:
1. Make a point to slowly adjust your child’s bedtime and naptimes an hour earlier, just 15-30 minutes a day for a few days before daylight savings ends.
2. To help your baby sleep more soundly, consider installing blackout curtains and using a sound machine. It  may be brighter and throw baby off, so blackout curtains definitely help!
3. To ensure that your children know when it’s time to sleep, rely on your established soothing bedtime routine. This is something we've been trying to do with our son for the past few months. He sits and snuggles with mom or dad for about 20-30 minutes then when his eyelids start to droop we feed him his bottle and put him to bed. It's been working really well. He knows when we go upstairs for feeding it's bed time. He usually goes down without a peep.
4. Make sure that your children are well-napped during the day so that when the time change takes effect having a later-feeling bedtime isn’t as much of an issue. If you normally wake your child up after a set time, let them sleep a little longer so that they can wait longer to crash at night. This will help them adjust to the time change. Some days my son sleeps an hour, other days he sleeps 3.5 hours; you never know. Let them snooze a bit longer and it'll be better for everyone in the end.
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This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine. 

Be sure to join the #PampersSleepChat Twitter Party:


  • The Twitter Party will take place on November 7th at 9pm EST.  Chat about how the end of Daylight Savings Time can affect sleep patterns & get tips on easing the transition from The Sleep Lady, Kim West.
    Prizes include: $50 AMEX Gift Card, $25 Children’s Place Gift Card, Pampers product and book by Kim West, $100 AMEX Gift Card, Pampers Product, series of books by Kim West
    Grand Prize: $500 AMEX Card to purchase sleep items such as a new crib, video monitor, etc.
    To participate, follow your hosts @DoubleDutyDivas, @BridgetteLA, @CeceliaMecca @AngieKcom @WhatMommiesNeed @RamblingChick, sleep expert @TheSleepLady and our sponsor @Pampers.


    WIN IT: Pampers Prize Pack (Pack of Pampers Baby Dry Diapers, and a pair of Children’s Place PJ’s)


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