13 November 2014

Christmas Gift Giveaway - Day 13





My Christmas Gift Giveaway is back! 30 days, 30+ fantastic prizes.
My way of saying thank you to my followers this year.


WIN a Mr Moose Grobag





Not only are the multi-award winning Grobags the ideal way to keep your child warm and comfortable for a great nights sleep, but the beautiful snowflake embroidery and adorable applique on this Mr Moose version definitely suits the festive season.

Grobag is the number 1 baby sleep bag within the UK and it's obvious to see why. The quality is exceptional (I speak from experience as a parent having had several) and generally products that help to prevent sleep deprivation definitely get a thumbs up from me!


Features

  • ​Available in 3.5 tog warmth ratings
  • Available in sizes 0-6 months, 6-18 months and 18-36 months
  • Underarm poppers on 0-6 month size, side zip on all sizes
  • Soft velour outer 
  • 100% cotton jersey lining
  • Quick-dry polyester filling on the 3.5 tog
  • Zip-click® feature on all sizes
  • Machine washable and can be tumble dried on low heat
  • Includes FREE Nursery Thermometer in 0-6 and 6-18 month sizes, user guide and safe sleep


You can find out more information on The Gro Company and their products on the website.
http://gro.co.uk/


*** WIN ***


For your chance to win Mr Moose Grobag you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
The giveaway is open to those in the UK and ends at 11.59pm GMT 10th December 2014.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!






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90 comments :

  1. Quiet time for an hour before bed and making sure you have a good routine. Bath story and bed worked for us x

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  2. a good routine always helps, keep everything calm before bed, a bath and then story time with cuddles, and something to comfort them through the night, either a softy comforter or a nightlight or even both.

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  3. I have been really lucky with my four as they have all slept though since around 6 weeks of age. Now my kids all have a routine of bath, a bit of tv, drink, bedtime story then lights out. My two older boys tend to read their own books in bed but my youngest two daughters like me to read to them still :)

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  4. we allow 30 minutes play after tea, bath and then 15 minute read before lights off, a nice routine which we all enjoy

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  5. dim the lights 30 minutes before bedtime

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  6. A little play after tea then a bath, A bedtime story after the bath to get them calm and keep it quite as to much noise gets them giddy. :)

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  7. SOme nice cuddles and a calm down with a bit of telly, or a bath, depending what night of the week it is :) Followed by some warm milk and then into bed for a story and then lights out :)

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  8. Quiet stories and cuddles before bed, then a firm goodnight, a nightlight if needed and close the door

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  9. a nice bath,then a bottle,story and a cuddle then bedtime,and try and stick to that the best as you can

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  10. Don't give your child sweets or fizzy drinks preceding their bedtime. Give them a bath and then read a bedtime story.

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  11. Mikhael Bernardes Chiriac13 November 2014 at 14:29

    lovely giveaway

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  12. A nice bath, a story and a cuddle before sleep.

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  13. A nice bath with johnsons bedtime bath :)

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  14. Religiously stick to the same time each night, eg bath at 6:30 then bed by 7pm then they know its bedtime!

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  15. I have never had a routine for either of my kids apart from there going to bed by 8pm

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  16. My daughter was a terrible sleeper and we never managed to get her into a rourtine :(

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  17. Routine, bath bed storytime, fingers crossed it continues to work

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  18. Stick to a good routine. After dinner my kids have baths then chill time and a story before bedtime

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  19. I try to get the kids upstairs at the same time every night, story and then goodnight! I'm lucky there good at going to bed!

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  20. Stick to a routine as much as possible

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  21. we stick to the same routine every night & have a ewan the sheep teddy that plays music & a heartbeat sound

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  22. Our bedtime routine is a bath, bottle, story, and then bedtime

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  23. Warm bath, cuddles, story and then bedtime.

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  24. A warm bath, PJ's, cuddles and quiet time then bed.

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  25. Bath, pjs and a snuggle on the sofa x

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  26. great believer in strict routines, bath, bottle story and sleep

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  27. Bath,cuddles, story, sleep!!

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  28. A Bedtime story always works

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  29. Bath, story, sleep. Get them used to sleeping in the dark from the start or 10 years later you'll still be leaving the landing light on!

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  30. Say that we are going to go upstairs to get ready for bed, pyjamas on face and hands washed, read 3 short toddler books, into sleeping bag and kiss goodnight.

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  31. |We stick to the same everynight - bath, book, bed!

    Ashleigh

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  32. We have a story and then lullabies. No problems with getting to sleep but we're still struggling with the sleeping through

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  33. Bathtime quiet time story then bed :)

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  34. A nice warm bubble bath, no TV, a bedtime story and then sleep x

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  35. bath, quiet time, supper/bottle, story n settle

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  36. my boys have done the same thing for as long as I can remember tea bath story bed and no doubt it will carry on once my new little man is here!

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  37. Patience! Your baby will sleep through when they are ready!

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  38. I always try to stick to a routine, bath, story time, and the same time to sleep every night

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  39. A nice chill out with cuddles, then a bath a book and zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  40. start by a stress free atmosphere hr before bed

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  41. Speaking as a Mum who's daughter has been up since 4am and speaking as a mother who has had 55 minutes sleep an is due to do a 10 hour shift in 2 hours... I HAVE NO TIPS! (cries) xx

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  42. We have lights dimmed and quiet time before going up to bed x

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  43. we tried EVERYTHING!! nothing worked, my little one started nursery this september, 2 months before her 3rd birthday, and now she just started sleeping through, must be tired from running around playing with her friends.

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  44. a routine helps them learn to sleep, our routine is bath, supper with a biscuit warm milk, brush teeth, cuddles with bed time story. lights off night light on

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  45. we used to have a baby einstein cd for my son to help him sleep

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  46. I adore this design & would love to enter but my son would only get 2-3mths use out of it if I won. Good luck to everyone who is entering, GroBags are awesome x

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  47. Quiet time, no loud music or TV, though both are good within reason,try to keep bath time at same time each evening if possible, use a night light,read,leave doors open so he/she can still hear what's going on..I don't know really, its been several years since i had little ones, Giveaway would be magic for my 8 month old granddaughter.Thanks.

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  48. My kids have a bedtime hour, they get a story and quiet time an hour before bed x

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  49. bath, reading a book milk & cuddles then bed

    caroline w

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  50. make sure they are nice and comfortable and calm well feed ,then around the same time each night so you get a sleep pattern .This has worked for me Barbara M

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  51. Bath, milk, bedtime story then bed

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  52. my little boy will on sleep through if we co sleep

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  53. Always bedtime around the same time. Milk before bed and stories in a dimly lit room.

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  54. Charmian Filewood16 November 2014 at 17:45

    Warm bath, quiet time and story xx

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  55. Sticking to a regular pattern of bath, story and bed will help them settle

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  56. Bath,warm milk,story,toilet, and then bed.

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  57. I've just invested in a Gro Clock and having really good results!

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  58. Use a sleeping bag! It saves you having to keep recovering baby with blankets etc and means baby stays snug and warm (and for us meant she slept longer!) x

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  59. Johnsons bedtime bath is good.

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  60. I agree with debbie I use this for kids bathtime before bed

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  61. We have quiet time and cuddles so we're all nice and calm before bed

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  62. Bath, Milk, In the Night Garden, Brush the teeth, Big Cud, Bed

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  63. I think I need to read tips rather than give them! Our routine is bath, milk, cuddles and story then bed. Then put to bed again, And again and so on.....

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  64. We don't put our son to bed until 8pm, which means he's ready to go - we read, have a bath, put him in his sleeping bag and then in his cot.

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  65. we have quiet time, milk and a story before bed

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  66. He doesn't sleep through :( we have a routine which we stick to every night but he doesn't sleep through nor does he get himself to sleep so will be reading everybody's tips with interest!

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  67. Try not to let them sleep in your bed as its a very hard habit to break!

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  68. at the moment, our baby sons routine is to have his last bottle between 8-9 and he falls asleep while feeding. we then take him up, or daddy does. no tips for sleeping through the night, they either do it or they don't.

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  69. you have to be tough and let them cry it out a couple times...sometimes crying yourself the otherside of the door!! But is doesn't take long for them to realise you won't give in.

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  70. My son has his dinner and then a bath or shower. Then its quiet time for an hour which he gets to spend listening to stories or doing some colouring (nothing too stimulating). Then at 8pm its bed time, more stories and a bottle of milk. Hes 2 years old and has always been difficult to get to settle but now his vocabulary is improving its easier to explain what is happening and seems easier for him to understand as he now settles a lot easier.

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  71. A bath, a story and a bottle of milk

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  72. soothing music, and a bedtime story

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  73. Bath, PJs, milk, tooth brushed and bed

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  74. Very regular routine. Also no eye contact or talking during night feeds when they're a few months old.

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  75. Singing lullabies sends my little man off to sleep

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  76. Bath, milk, cuddles, story, bed with music and lights

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  77. Bath, warm milk, story and then bed.

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  78. i had a terrible time with my daughter who at 16 still hardly sleeps, and since having her, my sleep pattern is just awful too, lots of herbal tea x i think it is genetic sleep patterns because it never affects her having so little sleep

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  79. Tire them out during the day and end with a peaceful winding down- bath, storytime and bed

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  80. we do bath, dvd in the living room snuggled up then a story in bed

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  81. Both of my children don't sleep through so no tips there!! we do have a routine of warm milk, bath, story then bed though

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  82. I don't have any, neither sleep through!

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  83. We have wind down time reading and smoothing music.

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