The Gro Clock – Sleep Training + Giveaway


Since the time has changed in October, Matthew is more of a person who gets up anytime between 6.30am and 7am. Prior to that he used to sleep in until 8.30am, so that goes to show that the time change did effect him after all. Her sister is more of a laid back baby and likes to sleep as long as 8am sometimes. This why I like to get Matthew to go back to sleeping a bit longer which means it gives mummy and daddy a bit of a lie in, too.

When the Gro Company got in touch to try out the Gro Clock, I was more than happy to accept because this was the perfect timing, as if they knew.

Matthew is at a great age now where he understands what daytime and nighttime means and has a great understanding of what’s going on.  He understands when it’s dark, when “the sun is out” and when the “moon is up in the sky”. With the Gro Clock it is even simpler to get him to stay in bed until you see the sun on the clock.
The Gro Clock has been updated to a new feature where parents can decide whether they want to display the digital time or not. This is a great way for older children to learn the time at the same time.

Gro Clock Star

Gro Clock Sun

The Features:

– Glowing screen shows images of stars and sun to communicate ‘sleep’ and ‘wake-up’ time
– Includes fun bedtime story book
– Stars go out one-by-one during the night to show the passing of time
– Key-lock option
– Option to set two separate wake-up times (weekday/weekend or night-time/day-time nap)
– Adjustable screen brightness
– Silent operation
– Optional audible alarm feature
– Mains powered (adapter included)
Suitable from age 2+ years
– Conforms to highest applicable British and European Standards
– Educational option of showing digital clock during the ‘stars to sun’ countdown

As mentioned above, the Gro Clock also comes with a beautifully illustrated story book to encourage children to stay in bed longer. It’s called Sleepy Farm. We are in the process of reading this to Matthew every night along with the other 2 books he gets read to. So hopefully within a week he will understand and we are getting our little sleep in at the weekend. (That all depends on the little lady that morning too of course)

Gro Clock

Praising your child is always important. So why not download this reward chart when you are in the process of introducing the Gro Clock.

I have also teamed up with the Gro Company to give one Gro Clock to one of my lucky readers. To enter all you have to do is enter via Rafflecopter below.

The competition is open to residents from the UK & Ireland only and will end 11th December 2015.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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30 thoughts on “The Gro Clock – Sleep Training + Giveaway

  1. My little man usually wakes up just before 6am. We then bring him into our bed for morning cuddles and then get up at 6:30am!

  2. My 4 year old daughter wakes anytime before 7am on a weekend (Argh! !!) And typically on a school say I am having to wake her up at 7.15am though she normally is out of bed by 7.30am! Many thanks for running this lovely giveaway.

  3. What time does your child get up every morning? . . . . .varies – it can be any time between silly o’clock and daft o’clock

  4. thrilled I spotted this on facebook this afternoon! Had been wondering how good these clocks actually are; my 2yr old is an early riser. It can be anytime from 5.30am onwards!!!
    Have tried blackout blinds, switching bed times etc but nothing stops him. I have number 2 on the way also so am permanently sleep deprived gah. They are totally worth it though 🙂

    Love the blog; its my first time stopping by.

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