Kid’Sleep Moon Sleep Trainer Review and Giveaway! (ends 12/3)

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Kid’Sleep Moon Sleep Trainer Review and Giveaway! (ends 12/3)

Want to sleep train your baby? Does your kiddo get up and out of their room before you’d like in the morning? Want a gentle way to wake your older child? You are going to want to keep reading about the Kid’Sleep Moon (and enter our giveaway of course!).

My oldest son has always been a great sleeper. He slept 12 hours plus a 2-3 hour nap until he was 3-years old. My youngest son on the other hand has not been a great sleeper. He didn’t sleep through the night consistently until he was 18 months old and since then he has been up at the crack of dawn. haha. I would love for him to stay in his room/sleep until 7am, but that rarely happens. When I was given the opportunity to review the Kid’Sleep Moon Sleep Trainer, I was very excited.

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About the Kid’Sleep Moon:

The Kid’Sleep Moon is part of a line of sleep training and time teaching/time organization products invented by a father of 6!

The Kid’Sleep Moon has many benefits, as a sleep trainer and night light for young children and an alarm clock for older children.  It helps young children have an understanding of when it is time to get out of bed and when it is not.  It is a great tool for nighttime self regulation, and the result is that both parents and children get more sleep.  The Kid’Sleep Moon helps kids stay in bed until it is time to get up.  If the sleeping animal is lit, kids know to stay in bed.  When the awake animal is illuminated, it is okay to get out of bed and start the day.  Kids naturally relate to the sleeping or awake animal.  Color recognition is not required.

The Kid’Sleep Moon has 3 settings for nighttime, nap and weekend, 4 choices of alarm sounds (or the choice of no alarm), and 4 levels of brightness to choose from.   The Kid’Sleep Moon helps children fall asleep with 4 different choices of lullabies. The Kid’Sleep Moon also offers the Smart Sunset “Go To Sleep” function and the Smart Moonset “Wake-Up Process”, which gives kids a 10 minute warning for sleep time and get up time!  The Kid’Sleep Moon has a new menu for very easy setting!

We have had it in my son’s room for a couple weeks now.  Since he is just two years old, we are still working on teaching him that he can’t get out of his room until the bunny that is awake is lit up, but I’m sure it won’t be long. One of my favorite things about this is that it can be used for a variety of ages – from newborns to young children. I would have loved to have this when my son was a newborn, I wonder if we might have been able to get him into a better sleep routine. This would be a great gift to a new momma!

Check out a short video with more information HERE and see the complete line of products HERE.

And now for the giveaway! We are giving away TWO Kid’Sleep Moons. Just fill out the Rafflecopter entry, and you are entered to win. Giveaway ends Wednesday, December 3 at 11:59pm. Only one entrant per household, per address. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I was provided a Kid’Sleep Moon to review. All opinions are 100% my own. Prize will be mailed directly to winners from sponsor. This giveaway is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.



    I love that it is programmable and that it can also be used as an alarm clock for older kids

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