Thursday, October 17, 2019

Win A Twinklees Sleepy Time Trainer ♥

It's giveaway time! I'm giving one lucky winner the chance to win a product which I use with Beau and which he loves - a Twinklees Sleepy Time Trainer!

I shared all about Twinklees over on my Instagram when I worked on a collaboration with Smyths and this has been a product which Beau has gone to bed with every night since.

Twinklees allow you to set the time for bedtime and wake up on the cuddly star and show your little one the difference between day and night with the cool blue light for bedtime and the warm light for morning time.

Twinklees are great for training children in the differences between bedtime and when it's 'acceptable' to wake up - no more 5.30a.m. wake up calls for us!

To be in with a chance of winning your own, in pink colourway, just enter via the Gleam widget below. Please read the terms and conditions and best of luck to all who enter!

Terms and conditions:
1. This giveaway is open to residents of Ireland and the U.K. only.
2. This giveaway will run for two weeks, ending on October 31st at 11.59p.m. - a winner will then be chosen at random via the Gleam widget.
3. Invalid entries will be deleted without notice.
4. By entering, you are giving permission for your details to be used to send your prize.

Win A Pink Twinklees Sleepy Time Trainer
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84 comments

  1. My daughter is an awful sleeper (so is my son!) So if anything helps at all it would be amazing!

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  2. A simple routine...bath...bed and warm milk with short story, kiss, goodnight...

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  3. My children like their bedtime routine of after dinner, relax and read a story before bed. My son especially loves his Jellycat bunnies in bed with him to help him sleep snuggled up to them

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  4. I don't have any great tips. We just read some stories. It helps if you get them running around all day, so they are tired.

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  5. A nice warm bath, lots of cuddles and a bedtime story

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  6. This us an amazing prize, Thank you for the opportunity xxx

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  7. Routine. After bathing and teeth brushing, allow children to choose one book before bed, read it to both the child and their favourite toy, then put them both to bed. Explain that the toy needs to sleep after their story, too.

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  8. Unfortunately we have not mastered the art of sleeping yet, but very interested to read any tips

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  9. a good routine and warm bath seems to help

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  10. A good routine - bath, book, bed.

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  11. My best way to get kids to bed easily to to create a routine.

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  12. No tips, my 3 year old is just starting to stay in his own bed, my 2 year old is a nightmare lol! Sometimes I think you just have to ride it out and keep consistent, it will get better eventually.

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  13. We are obsessed with routine, my little boy likes predicting and telling us what to do next. Makes him feel in control so bed is his idea.

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  14. No tips, my daughters are terrible in getting to sleep

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  15. Thanks for the chance at a great prize!

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  16. This would be perfect for my toddler who fights bed time and gets up too early!

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  17. nice dark room, and as queit as possible

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  18. Bathing before bedtime could help.

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  19. A night light and swaddling

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  20. I find keeping my little girl active during the day really helps, We relax after dinner and read a book or have a cosy bath before going to bed, Sticking to a routine really helps too.

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  21. Rioutine, even though it's not always easy, and some little ones are harder to get into rroutine than others.

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  22. Routine mainly, but bathing and stories may help.

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  23. Routine, same bed time each night, a story & threats of night lights being switched off if they don't!

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  24. I believe consistency in routine is key, stability for the child and parents

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  25. Just to keep to a routine. Obviously won't always work but it helps us

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  26. This may sound odd but I found stroking their hair or massaging their feet made them go to sleep easier.

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  27. A regular bedtime routine, bath, bed & story, kiss goodnight & get out

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  28. I don't have children but I found with both my niece & god-daughter that walking around with them worked but I know that isn't always possible.

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  29. Routine - bath bed book cuddle goodnight

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  30. bath before bedtime, chill out story time

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  31. Nice warm bath then swaddle them

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  32. Cuddle on the chair with the lights dimmed low and a warm bottle.

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  33. A warm bath relaxes them. A short book and a night light.

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  34. A bedtime story helps my girls to drift off

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  35. Stick to the same routine every night, dinner, bath, story then bed.

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  36. A lavender pillow spray. Routine. Dark and quiet room.

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  37. Tire them out in the day hopefully they will be tired enough to sleep

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  38. Stick to a routine and let children choose a book before bed

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  39. A warm bath, a good book and plenty of cuddles

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  40. a warm bath , warm drink and a bedtime story

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  41. some lavender pillow spray i find helps my kids x

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  42. Bath, bedtime story, night light and goodnight x

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  43. Bedtime stories and plenty of cuddles

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  44. I've been really lucky with my daughter and she's fairly good. I've found that what works for some doesn't for others but for me being especially responsive has given her the confidence that I'm there and she has slept longer and longer. Now if she stirs in the night I just go into her and run her back and she's back asleep for another 4 hours minimum. We have a bedtime routine that we can move between houses for when we stay elsewhere and she doesnt nap after 4pm in the day x

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  45. Mine is to have a good routine. Bath, story, cuddles and settle down for sleep works for my three including baby Jacob who is nearly 10 months. I am sure we'll have sleep regression at some point though so this would be fantastic.

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  46. A good routine works wonders for us!

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  47. Lullabies, story time and routine

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  48. Both my children are terrible sleepers so this would really help (gemma ewer)

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  49. Make bedtime a routine and try to create an ideal sleeping environment.

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  50. Neither of my kids sleep well so I have no tips!

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  51. other than having a good routine i find lavender tea helps the oldeer ones

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  52. A bath, reading a book together and a really good routine to make sure they're sure that it's bedtime xx

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  53. A consistent bedtime routine is supposed to help. although theres no such thing in my house. lovely prize x

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  54. Bath and storytime before bedtime and a good blackout blind!

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  55. Our two have a really great bedtime routine. Dinner quite early between 4-5, then homework and play until 6.30pm. Bath at 6.30pm, then quiet hour from7pm, curtains closed, dim lights, stories, milk and cosy time, bed at 8pm (latest)

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  56. A bedtime story,there are so many fantastic books to read with children.

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  57. Make sure TV and gadgets are off at least an hour before bed to give them time to wind down before trying to sleep. (Hazel Christopher)

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  58. A bedtime routine - bath, stories, meditation app and meditation music

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  59. Routine has been a big help works for us

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  60. Bath time and then a story! Both relaxed my son so he was able to sleep better.

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  61. I find a nice bedtime routine is key. And cutting down on afternoon naps.

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  62. A nice bed time story and no electronic devices before bed

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  63. Just like adults, not all children can sleep at the same time. Some like to go to bed early and wake early. Others like to go to bed later and get up later. It will soon become apparent which one your child prefers. It's no good at all telling late sleepers to 'go to sleep' if they don't feel sleepy. It will just promote tantrums. It's much better to allow them to read, watch a calming tv program or whatever until a reasonable time for them. Obviously make it clear that you need to go to bed at a specific time and that you all need to be awake for school, work, etc in the morning, but otherwise, stop panicking - it really won't help anyone!

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  64. make bedtime a quiet relaxing time... if you can ha ha

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  65. Creating a routine and sticking to it. (and investing in a stress ball for days when breaking it is unavoidable!)

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  66. We like to keep to a routine weekdays and weekends

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  67. It's usually bath, supper, story and bed in our house although there's plenty of times it doesn't happen like that!

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  68. I think routine is the most important thing.

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  69. Stay consistent with a good bedtime routine, it works wonders x

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  70. Thimble of whiskey like my parents used to for me and my grandparents did for them, ancient wisdom from Cornwall and Dublin :O

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  71. routine, keep things relaxed , a warm bath and a story

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  72. A regular routine at the same times each night helps a lot to get the child into a pattern of knowing when it's time to sleep.

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  73. A story and a bath and cuddles and kisses whilst talking softly

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  74. Regular routine , warm bath bedtime story lots of cuddles

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  75. As my generations gone before, a big warm cuddle and a story read from a book............

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