This review (Pampers Daylight Savings Time) and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.
The start of Daylight Saving Time is quickly approaching on March 8th and, for many moms, that leads to nervousness and anxiety about their baby’s sleep patterns. The time transition of “springing forward” is so top-of-mind for parents that a recent survey conducted by Pampers found that 77% are concerned with Daylight Saving Time affecting their child’s sleep pattern. More than half of parents surveyed dread the anticipated disruption to their child’s sleep schedule more than tax season!
Another survey conducted by Pampers found that nearly one-quarter of mothers (24%) felt that a dry diaper was the number one thing that enabled their baby to sleep through the night. Through Pampers’ extensive research on sleep, they’ve learned that babies are more vulnerable to waking up when they’re wet. And a dry night means baby is more likely to be more rested, less fussy and more content the next day. That’s why across their entire line, Pampers diapers offer up to 12 hours of overnight protection and are up to three times drier than ordinary diapers to help babies get the uninterrupted sleep they need for a great morning
Pampers Twitter Party
Please join @Pampers on March 3rd from 9-10pmEST as they host a Twitter Party with renowned sleep expert, “The Sleep Lady,” Kim West! Kim will be sharing her tips for helping little ones through the Daylight Saving Time sleep transition and will also be answering your questions regarding baby sleep!
One April Golightly reader will win the Pampers Giveaway Basket:
Dr. Kim West’s Book
A month supply of Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Size 6, Jumbo Pack (each person receives 4)
A month supply of Pampers Sensitive Wipes (each person receives 2)
Cloud B Twilight Turtle
119 thoughts on “Pampers Daylight Savings Time + Giveaway”
Yes, it’s always a challenge, we have her go to bed 15 minutes earlier early that week, then 30 minutes early and then an hour early at the time change so the transition isn’t as bad.
Not yet! Expecting my first baby soon!
This is an awesome giveaway!
This is amazing thank you for your wonderful blog and awesome giveaways
Never had a problem and my daughter is now 22. But her baby girl is 2 months old and would love this prize
No, my kids have always done fine, but, me on the other hand, now that’s another whole question 😉
My nephew is very good at adjusting to the time changes.
My grandson sleeps ok and adjusts well.
Time change is always an issue for my kiddos…and myself! LOL It takes us a few days to adjust. But we certainly all like “springing back” better than “falling forward”. 🙂
Haven’t had issues with my children due to a time change.
I always dread time change because I get my kids on a good schedule and it always create a major set back.
Definitely I hate all interruptions with schedules
Time change is usually rough for about a week, but she hasn’t been sleeping normally since her daddy took a job out of town.
It is harder when the time falls back and it is still sunny at bed time. We found black out shades and curtains help a lot to keep the routine.
Any schedule change makes thing difficult
i hate the time change – my kids barely sleep as it is!!
Any changes are hard on her sleep schedule.
I wish they would stop changing the times twice a years.
Always love more daylight!
I love time and season changes !!!
I ldon’t have problems with the time changes.
Every six months, time change is problematic. With no reason to send children off to work the fields anymore, time should simply remain the same. Only thing AZ seems to have gotten right.
We really have never had problems with the babies during the time changes.
No, not really
Have a friend with a newborn that could really use this!
My baby boy will be in 6’s next, so this would be awesome to win!
yes, the kids always take a little time to adjust to daylight savings time.
Oh yes, when she was smaller, it was often difficult to get her to adjust to the time change.
My kids never had a problem when the time changed
Its always hard to make the change over
My kid is always a trooper
My kids don’t even notice the difference!
Luckily my kids never had a problem with time changes.
i need this i have twins lol
I am going to be a new grandmother! I am really looking forward to everything!
Yes and I am not looking forward to time change!
Yes, both kids struggle with the time change so much that one month before each change we prepare the kids with either going to be later, waking up earlier, etc – depending on which way the time is going.
Yes, the last time it changed my youngest would go to sleep way to early and wake up wayyyy too early. It took awhile to get adjusted.
Luckily my daughter is only 3 weeks old currently, so were not on a strict sleeping pattern yet and I doubt the time change will even phase her. HOWEVER, when the morning comes that much sooner and I have to wake up earlier to get my 6 year old ready for school, I bet I’ll be feeling that time change REEEEAL quick! 😉
Yes, my son had an issue for about a week or so
I haven’t dealt with this so far.
Not yet and hope I never.
Thankfully no I haven’t had that problem yet.
Not with my younger 2 children, but our oldest, who is 11, has troubles falling asleep and waking up on time for school because of the time change. It’s hard for him!
never had a problem yet.. but getting to find out if spring forward will affect them
I have not had a problem with my childs sleeping pattern. Hopefully this next baby is the same!!!
my toddler usually does ok. I start putting her to bed at slightly different times a few days in advance.
No I haven’t but I don’t have children 🙂
thank goodness my grandson doesn’t seem to ever have a sleeping problem just everyone else does.
some times, they’re crankier during this period
We slowly started changing bedtime before the time change to avoid this problem and thankfully it’s worked!
Yes! I hate the time change. It screws up everyones schedule and they do not want to get up in the morning for school. Which leads to grumpy kids all day at school
No, but m daughters sleep issues are a constant battle!
Sleep issues for my son!
I am probably going to eat my words come next week but we have not had any issues with time change…hoping it stays that way now that we are springing forward !
My daughter is still pretty young, I actually haven’t noticed any issues with that.
No not at all. Patty wright
The time change doesn’t bother us.
So far, we’ve always managed to get through the time changes without any issues.
My first is not due until June!
I have never had any trouble with the little ones sleep routine during daylight savings
hoping time change doesn’t bother us
Thankfully our baby girl is an amazing sleeper <3
I am the luckiest mom alive- he had no trouble!
I was lucky because he didn’t even notice it!
The time change doesn’t bother me, as long as, I have dark curtains and an alarm clock…:)
We have not really had any issues except maybe on the first night or two–adjusting to daylight being later!
Yes, just at first took a few days to adjust.
My 6 year old handles it well because he sleeps 12-13 hours a night! (My newborn twins on the other hand…)
Great gift package! Would love to win!
I haven’t had too many issues with sleep time. Usually at most a day or two to adjust.
I love this contest offering and would love to bless a girlfriend who just recently had twins. Lord knows she will be going through Pampers diapers in a big way!
Yes, it takes about a week for my kids adjust with school and we try to keep the bed times adjusted accorcdingly
I haven’t dealt with any issues yet, but I am a little apprehensive for the upcoming time change.
We start adjusting their schedule by 15 minutes for the few days leading up to it to help!
Not many issues yet because my little is still so young. This year I will prepare beforehand that way we are all ready and prepared. I will set the clocks back a night before that way there will be no surprises!
No we have not. We usually adjust to time change after some time.
Try to adjust with the time.
It takes my kids about week and then they get into the new routine.
My grand kids are still young so it doesnt effect them yet but the time change does effect my teen.
time change doesn’t really affect my kids, we just continue with our regular routine
I try to start time change early by putting the kids to bed a few minuets ealier each day leading up to time change so their bodies are ready for it 🙂
Already waking too early, so hoping for some tips!
We live in AZ, we don’t do time change here.
Wait it out… one day at a time….
doesn’t really effect anymore here. (: maybe when we spring up since we lose a hour we sometimes try to go to bed a little earlier.
Usually my son will end up waking up realllyyy early for a few days afterward.. but he gradually gets back on the routine.
I never had problems with it, but I also didn’t enforce a sleep schedule until around age 3.
I’ve been lucky to not experience a problem with my first child, let’s see how my second does
Oh my, yes, every yr it gets easier but now I have to prepare for when baby arrives and their sleep schedule gets a little change. Same time no matter what for bed though.
thanks for giveaway
I have but i never really thought about it being because of the time change.
Yes! They don’t like sleeping when it’s light out or getting up in the dark. Thanks for the chance to win.
I haven’t we adjust time by 10 mins every night the week before change and it’s working for us!
I havent so far, this is my first year with my 7 month old so we will see how it goes.
i have issues with you youngest sleeping.
OMGsh!!! Yes!! It throws all three of them off. What a nightmare!
We keep the same routine, same bed time, use black out curtains so the room is very dark and a sound machine. We do this with both kids and seems to help a lot! Julie [email protected]
No I have not, I deal with them every night.
He gets up around 2 am just about every night and has a mini crib party.
We start on time change a week early and adjust the bedtime a few minutes each day. Since the kids can’t tell time yet, there is no problem. Heaven help us when they can read a clock.
More of an issue when the clocks go back an hour and then they wake up way too early!
yes, my kids are always off for a couple weeks
We had a little trouble Sunday night, but we were back on schedule by Monday night.
Blackout curtains and more downtime before bed
My oldest 4 was thrown off at first but they are doing better now!! It didn’t really bother my 4 youngest!! Thank you!!
My children had problems with the time change for the first week or two then they became adjusted.
Just the first couple of school mornings, they were a little groggy
Yes! My toddler did not want to get up in the morning for daycare!
Yes – my son was a half hour late to preschool that Monday.
Yes my son was sooo groggy his teacher said he kept putting his head down at his desk to sleep
We did nothing they seem to adjust fine