Daylight Savings Time Sleep Tips & Pampers Giveaway!!

Daylight Savings Time Sleep Tips & Pampers 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.

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Can you believe how fast Daylight Saving Time is approaching?  I’m kind of dreading it a little because its always hard for the baby and my teens to adjust to the change.  Speaking from experience, it makes me quite nervous too because my little one really has a hard time transitioning to the change the most.

Even though it’s only an hour it still has its effects on the kids and babies! It becomes very difficult at times for most parents whose babies are already set on a sleeping schedule.

Are you aware that over half of mom’s (52% actually)  per Pampers survey, feel that their baby’s sleeping patterns are thrown off when the clocks ‘fall back’ and Daylight Savings Time ends?

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“Spring Forward” not only effects the kids but it brings on a lot of anxiety for us moms too. You see when your children’s sleeping pattern has been interrupted it also interrupt us parents a well. No sleep for baby means no sleep for mom or dad!

Now Pampers know exactly what a baby needs during this transition, a survey conducted by Pampers found that 24% of moms with babies between the ages 2-3 responded that a dry diaper is the #1 thing that enabled their baby to sleep through the night. That’s why Pampers is so committed to keeping baby dry during Daylight Savings Time. With them providing us parents with their great baby dry night & day diapers our babies will surely get a good night sleep.

Pampers also know that our babies are more liable to waking up when they are wet, which means they will be fussy, restless and very cranky the following day! They understand how important it is for babies to have a dry diaper that keeps baby dry for up to 12hrs.

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Pampers Baby Dry diapers feature an “Ultra Absorb” core for outstanding leakage protection to cover up to 95% of overnight loads, Three layers of absorbency vs. two found in ordinary diapers. Baby Quincy and your baby will stay dry and get a good night sleep without doubt. Lastly the snug and stretchy sides will  provide your baby with the flexibility and move he or she needs when moving about. Now, let us not forget the cute Sesame Street characters embedded on the Pampers too!

 

Here are my Tips for transitioning to Daylight Saving Time:

1) Make sure baby is well feed.

2) Make a warm bath.

3) Clothe baby in light weight clothing

4) Massage baby and play a soft lullaby.

5) Make sure baby has on one of Pampers Dry Diapers so he or she can get a good night sleep like Quincy did!

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Ready For More Sleeping Tips?

Join @Pampers on March 3rd from 9-10pm EST as they host a Twitter Party with renowned sleep expert, “The Sleep Lady,” Kim West! Kim will be sharing her tips for helping little ones through the Daylight Saving Time sleep transition and will also be answering your questions regarding baby sleep! Use hashtag #PampersSleepChat to follow along!

 

Now Pampers want to help your baby transition this Daylight Saving Time by offering you Dr. Kim West’s Book, a month supply of Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Size 6, Jumbo Pack (each person receives 4), a month supply of Pampers Sensitive Wipes (each person receives 2) , and a Cloud B Twilight Turtle

Enter here for Giveaway below.

 

 

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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LisaLisa

My name is Lisa and I am the owner and editor of the Night Helper Blog. I created this wonderful blog in 2008. I wanted to share with other moms about life’s every day challenges with children. I have a degree in the Medical , Cosmetology field. I’m also a mom inventor of a wonderful bed wetting timepiece, which we are working on now…hoping to have it in a home/ store near you soon. I’m married with three wonderful kids and I have two grand kids.

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