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Help Baby Adjust to Daylight Savings Time with Pampers - #PampersSleepChat {Giveaway Ends 3/15}


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.

Can you believe that the Daylight Savings Time is almost here? While I don't mind the clock going backwards in the fall, and I'm sure a lot of you don't mind that either, I truly don't like when it goes forward in the Spring. Not only does it seem like I'm losing an hour of valuable sleep time but I'm almost always tired the very next day because it truly does disrupt my sleep pattern. When you have a little one you're also nervous about their sleep patterns, because we all know that once a baby gets into a routine you really shouldn't disrupt it. Pampers recently did a survey and found out that 77% of parents are concerned about how Daylight Saving Time will affect their child's sleep pattern. As a matter of fact most of them dreaded that more than tax season!



One thing you don't have to worry about is your baby waking up during the night because of a wet diaper. Pampers diapers now offer up to 12 hours of overnight protection and are up to three times drier than ordinary diapers. That means that your little one will get the maximum interrupted sleep that they need. No one likes having to wake up in the middle of the night and Pampers is truly there to the rescue. When baby is dry and content baby will also be less fussy upon waking.

This March 3rd from 9-10pm EST, join Pampers 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!

While you're waiting for that awesome Twitter party to start feel free to enter our Pampers Daylight Savings Time Prize Package giveaway sponsored by Pampers. Just take a look at the goodies one you will win.


  1. Dr. Kim West's Book
  2. A Month supply of Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Size 6, Jumbo Pack (4 packs).
  3. A Month supply of Pampers Sensitive Wipes  (2 tubs).
  4. Cloud B Twilight Turtle
Before you enter tell me, What do you do to get yourself or your little ones adjusted to the time change? 

Prize pack is sponsored by Pampers and one will winner will receive all of the above. Winner will be randomly selected and will have 48 hours to respond to the winning email. Failure to do so will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!




Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Annmarie John
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  1. Sleeping patterns are so important with little ones. Once they are off their routine everyone is off. Great advice!

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  2. Daylight savings was rough when my boys were little. Heck, who am I kidding, it's hard for me when we lose an hour.

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  3. What a great giveaway. Pampers is one of my preferred brands.

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  4. Oh, I totally remember those days. Time changes were always hard when my kids were little.

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  5. It's always a hard time adjusting to this one! Thanks for the giveaway - tweeting!

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  6. I can't stand the time change! When we spring forward, I like to have a nice breakfast planned to wake up to. I also do as much as possible the night before because I know I will be groggy.

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  7. What a great little package - I have to admit I still don't do well with the clock changes. x

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  8. We have that twilight turtle. My son loves it!

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  9. My kids never really were affected by time change until this last time it was brutal. Not sure what I will do come the next, hopefully it will go smoother!

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  10. I'm such a terrible sleeper that nothing gets me used to the time change. The best I can do is lock the cats out of the room so they don't wake me up too erarly.

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  11. What a nice giveaway. Pampers is such a great company. Amber N

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  12. We only used pampers with our son. I like it being light later, but I hate the first couple days after it springs forward.

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  13. I hate daylight savings. I really never thought about making sure my child adjusts to it well. I guess I just assumed since I do she will. Great giveaway!

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  14. I hate it when we lose. I love it when we gain an hour though. Lol

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  15. Sleeping is so important for all of us. This is a party not to miss

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  16. We live in AZ where we don't change our clocks, but I would say keeping the same bed time routine is important

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  17. What a great giveaway! I have to tell you how we're coping with daylights savings this weekend - we're sending the kids to the grandparent's house!

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  18. I don't know. I'm not sure I think about it much, except when I get the "It's still light outside, why do I have to go to sleep?" Since then, I don't concentrate on the sunlight, but the clocks and keep it consistent. What a great giveaway.

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  19. I gradually adjust bedtime by a few minutes for a couple of weeks before the time change.

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  20. I try to get my boys to go to bed earlier so they could get used to the time change. I will not like losing that extra hour myself.

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  21. Right on the daylight savings. I don't mind when it goes back, I'm not overly fond when it springs ahead. We don't really do anything to adjust though...

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  22. i would adjust the babys sleep according to their sleep pattern and follow it strictly by observing their sleep habbits as baby needs ample amount of sleep.

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  23. My daughter, adjusted the time when my granddaughter went to bed. Not sure it worked because she still has a hard time adjusting to it.
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  24. I used Pampers for both my girls during until they were about a year old. As for Daylight savings, I am looking forward to it.

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  25. To be honest I can't remember when my girls were little what exactly we did to get them adjusted to the time change. For me it takes a few days for it me to get back on schedule.

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  26. 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

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  27. We stick to our normal sleep schedule.

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  28. I let the kids adjust naturally and do not modify our routine

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  29. we arent affected by the time changes we have found that having a bedtime routine the same time everyday has worked for us...

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  30. We all go to bed a little earlier and because it is lighter out for a longer period of time in the evening, I add some room darkening shades or curtains so that they will be able to sleep at the regular time, not want to stay up later because it's still light outside.

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  31. It actually helped the baby's sleep schedule but for my older child I have blackout curtains

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  32. When little ones are in preschool/daycare and need to adjust, we made a valiant effort the week before to step the routine into an earlier bedtime/get up schedule so the hour gap was not so abrupt. And you hope for the best. Take care of your own routine so your tiredness does not complicate their adapting.

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