Tuesday, March 18, 2014

My Tot Clock Review and giveaway

FTC Disclosure: I received a My Tot Clock for purposes of an honest review. This is my honest review and my opinions were not influenced.

My Tot Clock Review and giveaway


My tot clock is the one clock that does it all!
My Tot Clock is the first all-in-one sleep clock, alarm clock, nightlight, timeout timer, and activity timer for tiny tots who can’t yet tell time. 
The magic of My Tot Clock is that it changes color to help teach little ones about time and schedules.
Blue = Bed Time
Yellow = Wake up time
Light Blue = Nap Time or can be used for quite time
green = Encouragement (potty training, homework)
Red = Discipline (Time out)
 The best part is parents set the routine!  I can change the color and time limit to whatever I want.  I can also adjust it to our routine.  Meaning just because my "wake up" time is 6:30am doesn't mean  yours will be too.  You adjust it for you. 
 My Tot Clock not only has a big easy to read face it also plays bedtime stories, lullabies, fun wake-up music, and even white noise to make the bedtime and morning routines more enjoyable. 

My little guys think the lights are fun and it has become a fun game to see what color the clock is so they know what to do.
No more negotiating before bedtime! 
Oh and you can change the face plate to make it more personal for your little one :).
Another huge plus is this can double as a night light.  My 6 year old has been having issues with the darkness so this was perfect for him.
The buttons on the back are super easy to use my 6 year old even figured them out!
If you wish to learn more or purchase for yourself see my link below:
Amazon Link

And today 1 Super lucky Simply Me reader has the chance to win their very own My Tot Clock.
You must be 18+ and live in the continental USA
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15 comments:

  1. My favorite feature is it Plays bedtime stories, lullabies, fun wake music

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  2. When my son was a baby he spent 9 weeks in Childrens hospital, my son would eat, they cry with a belly ache until his next feeding, I could not sleep, I was awake for 3 days until my mom came and relieved me.

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  3. I like that it changes color as a signal for when to get up in the morning or get up from a nap.

    Nancy
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  4. I have a 2 and 3 year old. when my son was born I remember taking turns every hour being up with one or another, i didn't have much help cause my husband is in sales and i remember just breaking down one night sobbing cause I hadn't had good sleep in weeks.

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  5. My son Henry is a crazy sleeper! Now at 2 it's hard because he wakes up in the middle of the night and one time he was in the kitchen trying to get a snack!!!

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  6. My favorite feature is that it makes a great night light with 5 levels of illumination.
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  7. My favorite feature is the Plays bedtime stories, lullabies, and has
    fun wakeup music!

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  8. I like that it can be used as a night light.

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  9. My son is so used to going to sleep at a certain time that if we get delayed he gets so tired and almost falls asleep anywhere!

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  10. When we moved our son to his toddler bed, and were working on keeping him in his room all night... it was horrible! Now that my daughter is 2 it's time to start thinking about moving her to a toddler bed and i'm dreading it!
    My favorite feature is the different colors for different meanings, the timeout one would come in handy!

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  11. My favorite feature is it plays bedtime stories, lullabies and fun wake music.

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  12. My favorite feature of the My Tot Clock is that you can use it as a night light as well.

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  13. I like that it changes colors so my child knows what is going on and when!

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  14. I like the changing color feature. Since my daughters can't tell the time yet by just looking at a clock, this would be a great wayto make them aware of the time. :)

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