Monday, March 2, 2015

Daylight Savings Is Coming! Plus Prize Pack Giveaway! #PampersSleepChat


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.




It's finally time to Spring forward! Yes! I am so excited to have more daylight this coming weekend (March 8). With that being said, it will be interesting to see how Alaia transitions in her sleep schedule. I'm really hoping that we won't be up before the chickens! I've got a few tricks up my sleeve though!

Through Pampers‘ extensive research on sleep, they’ve learned that babies are more vulnerable to waking up when they’re wet. And a dry night means baby is more likely to be more rested, less fussy and more content the next day.  Pampers diapers provide up to 12 hours of wetness control to help your baby sleep through the night. Now that is something a mom can rely on!  I don't want my chicky waking up because of a wet diaper!

The time transition of “springing forward” is so top-of-mind for parents that a recent survey conducted by Pampers found that 77% are concerned with Daylight Saving Time affecting their child’s sleep pattern. More than half of parents surveyed dread the anticipated disruption to their child’s sleep schedule more than tax season!

I'm hoping that by moving the bath time up, and getting into bed earlier we can have a smooth transition.   A dry diaper with Pampers and soothing sounds from her music/light player will help
keep things restful! 

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 Please join @Pampers on March 3rd from 9-10pmEST 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!


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31 comments:

kenny hall said...

We just try to get through it. We have blackout curtains that help too.

Shelly Peterson said...

the DLS time change doesn't really affect us. We stick to our normal sleep routine.

Anonymous said...

Kristin Goodson
lilgoodson21@yahoo.com

We just stick to the normal routine for the most part. If I can help it I try not to schedule anything major for the first couple of days after the time change to make it easier on my son.

618mom said...

We start putting out kids to bed a few mins earlier/later each night a few weeks ahead of time.

Sara Haaf said...

I change the bedtime slowly over a week so iit isn't such a drastic adjustment.

kellyr78 said...

I adjust our schedule a little bit every day, for a week leading up to the change.

jlee said...

We go to bed 15 min earlier for a few days to make up for the hour and we also use blackout curtains!

Susan DeVaux said...

We try to adjust slowly a few days beforehand.

Susan DeVaux said...

We try to adjust slowly a few days beforehand.

Dawn Monroe said...

I try to control the environment around them, block out noise and sound, and change the schedule slowly.

Em Mahr said...

We take about a week to gradually adjust bed times.

Neiddy Ruiz said...

DST doesn't really affect my kids but I would say that a good way to deal with it is to adjust their bed times a little bit at a time
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Betsy Smith said...

we adjust 5-10 a night

Nici Robinson said...

We live in AZ where we don't do time change

Sarah Hall said...

I gradually adjust bedtime for a couple of weeks before the time change.

Dianne Hall said...

We just adjust a couple days before

Dianne Hall said...

We just adjust a couple days before

beth said...

We shift the schedule little by little to make it easier.

The Smart Savvy Mama said...

What works for us is having black out curtains so that the room is very dark. We have a small night light for both kids and also use a white noise machine for each of them. So far, so good! We have been through a couple time changes and no problems! Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

denisekonkel said...

Honestly we don't do anything different. It is usually a pain for a few days so I will use some of the tips from above this time!

denisekonkel said...

Honestly we don't do anything different. It is usually a pain for a few days so I will use some of the tips from above this time!

Haydensmommy05 said...

We adjust each night by 10 mins the week before and it seems to work! Trisha Burgess

Nicki Joseph said...

We shorten the last nap before bedtime

Nicki Joseph said...

We shorten the last nap before bedtime

Jessica said...

We just stick to our normal schedule and wait for our daughter to adjust.

Kimberly said...

I usually shift our routine 20 minutes a day until we are all caught up.

Sandra Meaders said...

Try and adjust gradually.

Anonymous said...

We try to adjust a week before. dlcdriver55@gmail.com

Deborah Gardner said...

We adjust bedtime the days before and block out extra light!

Alina Hahn said...

We try to slowly adjust things before and afterwards - now that our son is in school we have to be even more aware of the change so always looking for new suggestions!

Harmony Burmeister said...

we try to keep everything on schedule

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