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One lucky Mum will take home one Sleepy Star bundle valued at over $600.

1 x Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock; 1 x Deluxe Sleep Consultation; 1 x Copy of Bedtime Battles: No More! by Emily Duffell

The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is the revolutionary innovation of Nat and Emily Duffell, the co-founders of Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd. The clock teaches children the concept of time through images in which they can associate with and teaches long lasting sleep habits. With more features than any other sleep training clock on the market the aim of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is to teach children when to go to sleep, when to stay in bed and when they are allowed to get out of bed in the morning. Most young children are unable to tell the time so the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock teaches them the correct time to stay in bed through a series of enjoyable and calming images. The parent can set the time in which they want their child to get up.

Mother of two Emily Duffell brings you ’Bedtime Battles: No More!’ A guide to getting your child to sleep throughout the night. Her highly acclaimed new book is packed full of simple, practical and easy to follow techniques for the treatment of sleeping problems in children.

Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd is an Australian owned company and is the leading provider of baby and toddler sleep solutions including our Sleep Clock, books, baby sleep wear and sleep consulting services.

Find out more at www.sleepystarz.com

Please note this competition is open from 4th October 2017 until 4th November 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize. Users who unsubscribe will no longer be eligible to win.

Winners for this competition

  1. D. Brook - QLD
  • Make it dark and make them tired,
    then when their little brain is wired-
    read a book and sing a song-
    little brats won’t be awake long :P


  • Currently I don’t have a bedtime trick as my daughter sleeps with the lights on and has troubles falling asleep when it’s dark. I would love to try the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock because I think it would dazzle my daughter and help her feel safe!


  • Rubbing lavender oil on my boys temples at bed time makes them go into a deep coma like a cartoon sheriff whose keys are dangling seductively from his belt!!


  • We play a game to see who can trick the other one into thinking they’re asleep.
    … It works EVERY time! :)


  • The tried and trusted ‘bed time story’, however a Mouths of Mums Sleepy Starz bundle would be a godsend for my triplet neices!


  • Routine routine routine


  • My bedtime toddler trick is very dark room if child isnt afraid aswel as some nice essential oils defusing to help for sleep


  • Physical activity in the cool of the evening, relaxing bath time with soothing background music, , warm milk and a story or two … or three…but no more than 3 stories!


  • We play the Wii Just Dance for half an hour. They are so tired afterwards they go to bed and fall fast asleep within minutes.


  • Tire them out before bed! Our son gets a bed time story, our 9 month old receives lullaby music.


  • Warm milk and a story was the toddler trick we adopted for blissful nights where toddler two slept through. He was an angel.


  • Making bedtime a routine – I begin with a wind down period 15-30 minutes before their actual bedtime routine begins. This includes turning off the TV, playing relaxing music, dimming lights, talking softer,… All of these subtle changes are cues that my child picks up as signs that bedtime is approaching.


  • It is now time to go to bed so you can be all ready for another fun day tomorrow. Then i would mention what we are doing the next day.


  • A riff raff doll or the ipad


  • Gently drift your fingers over their eyelids to close them until they get too tired to keep them opened.


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