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Sleepy Farm

Sleepy Farm

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I help stay at home parents organise their everyday lives by giving them useful advice, strategies and help to build the foundations so that they can concentrate more on what matters to them and their families. I run my publishing business as a non-profit, choosing to reinvest the money from the book sales back into developing more books and products. I have found this to be a really great device for making the child understand the concept day, night and time.

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. We haven’t used the Gro Clock for nap times as Arjun generally falls asleep himself at nap times and is happy to pull down a cushion when he’s feeling tired during the day. Spending the time reading the book together is really nice and she already knows most of the words and finishes off the sentences.Over 40 schools have signed up to watch the films during Children's Mental Health week in early February 2024 and the numbers of schools participating are increasing every day! Hailed by many, including one of my personal friends, as the best product they’ve invested in for helping to ensure their little ones do not get up too early, I was a little apprehensive as to how the Gro Clock would be received by BattleKid, bearing in mind he is only 20 months old.

I introduced giving big kisses to Mr Sun and now Arjun is in the habit of kissing and waving goodnight to Mr Sun too.You see, BattleKid had started having major tantrums when we brought him upstairs for naps or bedtime. He presses the buttons to choose the night sleep mode and the sun disappears to be replaced by a star surrounded by small stars. This book was written as the companion piece to a separate Gro-Clock device, which was intriguing, and I enjoyed going over the French translations on each page of the book. We were having a few co-sleeping dilemmas (again) so I thought I’d introduce the Gro Clock inline with trying to get him back in to his own room.

This updated version of the Gro-clock uses fun images of the stars and sun to communicate when to go back to sleep and when it’s time to get up.When it’s time to sleep, the blue clock face features a sleepy Ollie the Owl surrounded by hearts and stars. He is calmer and more settled getting into his cot than before meaning we are less stressed as parents and it has resulted in happier, calmer bedtimes in the BattleHousehold. We have been looking for a suitable light as most are too bright to be left on all night or have a cut-out time of around 20 minutes , which is not enough. By counting down the stars and waiting for the screen to turn yellow, children learn what time they can get out of bed – as set by their parents. We read him the story book and he was pretty engaged by it (but kept flipping the pages back to front!



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