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Toddler Alarm Clocks - Sleep Training with Clocks for Toddlers

Sleep training clocks for toddlers - get your child to bed at night and teach them when it's okay to wake up and get out of bed.

This light lets your little one know when its ok to wake up, and when they should be in bed! Supposed to be quite helpful in keeping the little ones in bed in the early hours of the morning, and getting them into bed when they want to stay up late! If the moon is up its time for bed, if the sun is up its ok to be out of bed. You can set the timer on the back!

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Time To Wake Clocks — Roundup

Life changing! Use this toddler clock to teach your child when to stay in bed and when to get up. Really helps with confusion during night wakings.

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What can I do with my toddler?

Activities for toddlers one of the hardest things to come up with. These are 50 activities that toddlers will love exploring, creating and having fun with!

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5 Simple Tips On How To Brush Toddler Teeth The Right Way

5 Simple Tips To Teach Your Toddler To Brush The Right Way: Mommies, don’t despair! You can easily step up this challenge without creating a battleground in your bathroom.

Gotta get this for the kids. Special kid friendly alarm clock - time changes to a green color when it's ok for the kid to get up and wake you. Otherwise it's red. Amazing for keeping your kids from getting up before 6AM! Plus it's a nightnight.

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Aqueduck Faucet Extender — Daily Find

Need to get this for the kids bathroom.

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Now, That's Quotable!

Make each child a book of their quotes!

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10 Tips for Helping Your Child Transition to a Toddler Bed

Transition to Toddler Bed

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Potty Training: How I Get My Kids to Use the Potty So Early

See the steps I took to get my child potty trained by 20 months and without purchasing a single package of Pull-Ups!

diy super easy toddlers helper tower, step stool for kitchen, just 5 wooden pieces (1 underneath), some paint and one toddler

Tips to encourage your kids to sleep in. No more early wake-ups! via The How To Mom