#PampersSleepChat & Pampers Multi Product Giveaway

#PampersSleepChat & Pampers Multi Product Giveaway

“This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.”

I’m not looking forward to the upcoming daylight savings time period because it seems to affect everyone’s sleep and I for one don’t like to get up to change wet diapers at 4 am. I’m not a morning person and anyone that knows me will agree. This year I will be using Pampers diapers because I’ve had good results with their all night protection so mini me doesn’t wake up early with a wet didie.

The good news is that one of you can be ready for the time change with a one month supply of Pampers night time help. The lucky winner will receive Pampers Baby Dry, size 6, 4 packs (21 diapers each pack), 2 tubs of Pampers Sensitive Wipes (64 wipes each tub), a Cloud B Twilight Turtle AND Dr. Kim West’s Book.

The goods. You can’t have my wicker furniture, just saying :).

12 hour protection…

 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers

Nice snug fit with no leakage…

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Cutsie Outsie Sesame Street characters.

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Very helpful book. Must read.

 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers

Pampers Wipes…

 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers

Your child will not be afraid of the dark with the amazing Cloud B Twilight Turtle.

Cloud B Twilight Turtle

Keep reading to see how you can enter and for some night time routine tips that help me.

I’ve had a routine for the kids night time since day 1. I’ve seen too many parents put their kids in the bed with them and I didn’t want to fall into that trap. It’s a struggle to get them to sleep in their own beds when that happens.

After dinner we sing or read or even watch a short movie. Then it’s bath time and I usually use a baby product that has Lavender in it. Lavender is such a calming scent and it helps calm kids down at the end of the day. After bath, it’s time to brush teefies. I started teaching the kids how to use a toothbrush before they even had teeth. Then it’s one last book and beddy bye. Trust me by this point there are many yawns taking place. I keep their nightly routine the same during daylight savings time although it takes all of us a week or so to adjust to the new change. If the kids wake up early, I tuck them back in instead of letting them get up.

How do you deal with daylight savings time with your children?

If you live in the US and are 18+, please enter my giveaway using the below form. Good luck and I hope everyone has an amazing spring.

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“This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.”

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  1. Leaading up to it I adjust bedtime at first by 15 minutes then 30 minutes then 45 minutes until the time changes and by then they are pretty used to it.

  2. I moved the clocks forward early in the day, which meant an earlier bedtime! It seemed to help her adjust to the time change easier.

  3. I try putting my kids to bed an hour late the night before. Our routine is bathtime, brush teeth, then story time before bed!

  4. The night before I have my children go to bed and get up half an earlier, then the night it changes they go to bed and get up the other half an hour earlier.

  5. We try to stick to our normal schedule during daylight savings time. It takes our daughter a couple days to adjust.

  6. What works for us is having black out curtains so that the room is very dark. We have a small night light for both kids and also use a white noise machine for each of them. So far, so good! We have been through a couple time changes and no problems! Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

  7. I’m not sure how Daylight Savings will affect my baby boy this weekend. I’m kind of hoping it will allow him to start sleeping in a little later in the morning even if we have to push back bedtime

  8. I could not agree more. I wish there wasn’t a DST. I like it just the way it is. Pamper is for sure the way to go! They have the best products by far!

  9. Dealing with Daylight Savings Time is tough… sleep with 3 small children is tough anyways! We usually just keep to our normal schedule and after about a week they get used to the time change. It’s rough that week, but it’s been the easiest way to transition.

  10. we try to continue with our regular routine, the first few days we might need a little extra help to adjust but for the most part everything stays the same

  11. Love Pampers! To deal with the change we use blackout curtains. It helps when it stays brighter out longer.

  12. We change our schedule a little bit before daylight savings time happens.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway :)

  13. We try to adjust to the time change accordingly so my kids still have a harder time adjusting with school but after a week they are ok

  14. The brand has been around for a long time for good reason. We used them when my kids were younger too. Have a great Twitter party!

  15. Pampers is awesome! I used them when my son was a baby. Now my best friend is having a “surprise” baby (her youngest now is 16!). We’re in a baby shopping and contest-entering spree!

  16. It doesn’t seem to bother my grand kids. Only one of them is in school and she does ok with it but I have a teenage son who always seems to be running late.

  17. I don’t really do anything different during daylight savings time. My son and I lay and read together until he falls asleep. I also find that playing classical music at night is something that he really loves and he even asks for it before he lays down.
    Great giveaway!

  18. I usually start 4 mights prior- going 15 mins earlier to bed leading up to the spring forward. I do something similar as we approach first week of school.

  19. Ugh, I am dreading daylight savings time. My ASD daughter won’t know the difference and I doubt my youngest will either. But we’ll all adjust soon enough.

  20. Pampers were always my favorite choice for my children when they were younger. I don’t remember the kids having difficulty with the time changes, but I sure have a tough time when we have to spring forward! There are never enough hours in the day to begin with! Hee-hee! Have a great weekend! nancy

  21. It is somewhat hard at first but we try to adapt as quickly as we can by going to bed even though it is daylight outside.

  22. We use cloth Diapers but we have had no water in over 55 hours now as our city is dealing with freezing pipes under the ground. So we’ve been using pampers. I can’t tell you how simple and awesome they’ve been… I’m so grateful to them when I need them!

  23. With my daughter, we have to ease her into daylight savings time by shifting our schedule 20 minutes each night until we are caught up. My baby boy never sleeps, so it is not an issue for him. :)

  24. Daylight savings time has always messed our sleep schedule up. I have tried gradually adjusting our bedtime but it usually takes a while.

  25. I love using Pampers diapers and wipes. Thankfully daylight savings time hasn’t had too much of an impact on our sleeping schedule.

  26. When my boys were babies, I ALWAYS used Pampers diapers and wipes. They were truly the best and always stood up!

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