Thursday, March 26, 2015

My Tot Clock


If you are a mom of a toddler or young child you may have a hard time getting them to go to sleep or have a routine of any kind like you do. My Tot Clock has a solution to help with this and I got one to review. The one I got has yellow starts and moon with a blue background.  It also has 5 clock illuminates that changes color to teach your child when to be asleep and when to be awake.
Blue means Bedtime, Yellow means Waketime, Light Blue means Naptime, Green means Encouragement and Red means Timeout. So you basically set the clock time and press the button on top to indicate what your toddler age 2 and up should be doing. It has a handy handle for little hands to carry. So if your child has been bad they get a time out and sit there until the red light goes off. It even plays music and lullabies.


My Opinion: I really like this idea and will be a perfect training tool for toddlers and kids to learn a routine and have more discipline that I see lots of kids lack currently. I would definitely recommend on any parent and would make a perfect gift for anyone with your kids.
To learn more visit http://www.mytotclock.com


About Them:
My name is Pamela Gonzalez, and I am the inventor of My Tot Clock.  People often ask me how I came up with the idea for my product.  My answer is easy.sleep deprivation was the mother of my invention!   It all started four years ago when my oldest son Gabriel was only 2-years old. His new little brother Anthony arrived and took over the baby room, along with everything in it…including the sacred crib.  Gabriel was a great sleeper in his crib, but when he got into his big boy bed, all bets were off.  He became a master negotiator before bedtime, he required mommy to be in the room before he would fall asleep, he would wake up in the middle of the night (sometimes multiple times), and finally he would end up in our bed.    This became our routine, which was 100% created by a mommy who didn’t have the heart or the strength to let her big boy keep crying it out.  One night…or should I say the wee hours of the morning…I was putting Gabriel back to bed for the 2nd or 3rd time, when it dawned on me that the problem wasn’t that Gabriel loved waking up in the middle of the night and disturbing everyone's sleep, but that he had no idea what time it was! 
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours. 

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