Review: SleepBuddy System

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by on December 7, 2011


My 3 year old recently moved into a “big boy bed” and it was a harder transition for him. He wanted his crib for a while, but at the same time wanted the independence of a bed he could get in and out of. So, when I was asked to review the SleepBuddy, I was more than willing.

The SleepBuddy is a soft blue light that turns on when children are supposed to be in bed. Parents can set it to turn off when the child is allowed to get out of bed. This system can help children to not only know when to stay in bed at night, but also for napping during the day.

Each SleepBuddy system also includes:

  • A children’s story to introduce the SleepBuddy idea to kids, encourage quality interaction, and reinforce healthy sleep habits
  • A rewards chart to track and reward progress
  • An easy-to-use parent’s guide provides a step-by-step approach towards sleep success.

This is definitely a nice system to help little ones stay in their beds. It actually helped with getting my son to sleep at night since he liked the blue light. The routine of the light with the book provided a nice visual, too, that has been helpful with a consistent night time (and wee morning) schedule.

If you are interested in the SleepBuddy system for your young one, you can find it at Amazon for $34.95.


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