Sleep Again- This Time in Association with Pampers

Sleep has been in increasingly short supply recently, with baby Fifi waking up three times in the night for milk at 6 and a half months old, and Toddler boy waking at dawn for a full day of Fireman Sam viewing. Sleep is normally in association with Pampers as we tend to use their nappies. However, it’s amazing what a difference to everybody’s quality of life a few hours extra per night makes. So it really is worth trying to get sleep issues sorted as soon as possible.

Last week, my Guardian Angel looked down at me struggling and instructed PR queen Kim Hong of Fleishman Hillard to send me Pampers Golden Sleep Kit. Yey! More Pampers related Sleep stuff. This pack, had lots of bits and bobs including a really lovely little Taggie blanket which Fifi loves and the most invaluable sleep guide I have read. This is mainly because it is short and to the point. According to the guide it seems that I have been rewarding Fifi for waking up by giving her milk. A plan of action for us then!

If you fancy getting hold of one of these little kits you can fill out a quick survey here to be entered into the competition.

Pampers are also offering people the chance to get on board the Golden Sleep Train where you can get lots more advice and help if you are having the same issues as us.

Its at;
Westfield Shoppping Centre; 7-9th August
The Trafford Centre; 14- 16th August
Silverburn Centre; 21st and 23rd August

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5 Responses

  1. Emma 4th August 2009 / 12:15 pm

    I thought that at first – that I was rewarding Oli (4mths) by feeding when he wakes up. He gets up twice in the night for a feed! Which is crazy because I no longer know how to sleep anymore myself!!<br><br>I tried everything the books have thrown at me! <br><br>I thought once I started weaning him , he would be least hungry at night! But he seems to be more hungry!! <br><br>I&#39;m going to be a

  2. Laura McIntyre 5th August 2009 / 7:02 pm

    Sleep depreivation is just no fun , my 10 month old still wakes between 3-10 (yes really) times a night and it horrible.<br>I got one of those packs and my 2 and 4 year fight over the blanket. Baby does not get a look in

  3. NS 5th August 2009 / 10:26 pm

    What book was it, out of curiosity?

  4. zooarchaeologist 6th August 2009 / 7:16 am

    Its a special little booklet which comes at part of the Golden Sleep Package written by Professor Gregory Stores.<br>Ive used the tips given and I have managed to get Fifi down to one bottle at 4.30 AM so far, im aiming for 6 AM which I think is reasonable!

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