The My Tot Clock is the first all-in-one sleep clock, alarm clock, nightlight, timeout timer, and activity time for tots that can’t yet tell time. The genius of the clock is that parents can set it to be blue when the children need to sleep, and it turns yellow when they can get out of their beds. So when that dreaded early wake up happens you can calmly say, “sorry baby, your clock isn’t yellow yet…go back to sleep!” The My Tot Clock also can be set to play lullabies or bedtime stories at night, and wake up music in the morning.
It can also be set to turn red for timeouts (which we’ve used way too many times this summer), green for activity time (like sitting on the potty), or light blue for nap or rest time. And it was invented by a smart mom, Pamela Gonzalez who clearly is my idol!
One lucky mommy in SPORTS reader can now win a My Tot Clock! Enter below and good luck!
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary My Tot Clock to facilitate this Gieveaway, however I already own two! (Which means opinions are 100% my own.)
I am constantly sleep deprived!! CONSTANTLY.
I have always wanted to try one of these! I missed the chance with my son, but I would love one of these for my daughter!! What a cool giveaway!
I had never heard of this. After reading your description then checking out a few other reviews, I’m sold! I have to have this! Lol
Aileen & Brian Van Pelt says
My littlest likes to get up whenever she feels like it. She knows her colors so hopefully she’ll stay in bed until she sees “yellow.” 😉
This is a brilliant idea! Wonder if it would work on my stubborn little gal…
Kristen I NEED this! I entered every facet of this giveaway- lol! 3 early risers have plagued my motherhood mornings for far too long…
Would love to try this!
Jennifer Humphries says
It has been a year and a half since I have slept longer than a 3 to 4 hour stretch. I believe my children, mostly the baby all like seeing ‘Walking Dead” mommy. that mommy is much more pliable and slower to catch them when they are misbehaving…
Echo A says
I can count the number of full nights of sleep that I have gotten in the past 9 years on one hand. :/
Elizabeth (Rock-A-Bye Parents) says
Oh man, I know I have a lot of sleep deprivation stories, but I can’t think of anything right now! LOL Mostly I don’t crazy things. One time I was so tired that when I went to put my contacts in one morning I dumped the case out like I was going to clean them (which I did at night) and my contacts went down the drain.
Gah, I commented on this one before too and it’s not showing up. What am I doing wrong?? My latest sleep deprivation story was the other night when Samuel couldn’t sleep and was awake in our bed from 11-3, talking about ‘lego colors’ he was watching dance across the ceiling. I was getting a little freaked out.
Jenny Pizana says
I put flour in my coffee one morning instead of sugar. I had 3 under 4.
When children are young, parents always feel sleep-deprived. I know we did!
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One time I got up to feed the baby and couldn’t for the life of me find the burpcloth I had used during the last feeding. Turns out that I had left it on my shoulder after the previous feeding, and it was lying in my bed. Whoops!
one frugal lady says
My kids had colic…. while I was on bedrest for extreme anemia… I was exhausted!
Mel Clemens says
My daughter was frantic with nightmares all night(it seemed) and when we asked her about it in the morning she couldn’t remember ever waking up!
Sarah Yurga says
I once woke up at11pm, panicked that I was late for a family event and showered. Never noticed it was dark outside.
My story is for my husband. He woke up in the middle of the night not remembering we had shut the door due to a screaming baby (that eventually dozed off). However, he slammed straight into the door and hollered out “who shut the door?!” He forgot it was him. 🙂
When we had our first baby, my husband had been up a while with her, I remember he came in the room and asked to switch off and he was so tired, I fell so hard in love with him at that moment! ( I already was, I just liked it lot or something!)
Stephanie Shipley says
I’ve never been as sleep deprived as I was the first week I brought my son home. It has always taken me a long to fall asleep, so as soon as I would be about to fall asleep, my son would wake up again for a bottle, diaper change, or something rather. Every diaper change the first night/morning he would pee on me too. After that I learned to be more careful changing diapers and to relax at every moment possible. As tired as I was though, I never felt so amazing because I finally had my precious baby boy 🙂
Christy Colln says
I am currently pregnant with my first and I can’t sleep on a normal pattern!! it’s driving me crazy..I guess I should get used to it lol
I cant say I have a favorite story, but my girls are 12 months apart. They are 3 and 4 now. When my youngest was born, my oldest still wasnt sleeping through the night. It was awful. I was terrified to put either of them in my bed so I just gave up on sleep. I lived off coffee and twizzlers for almost 2 years lol
Well, my firstborn child barely slept for the first year of his life. So he was awake a LOT–and when he was awake, he cried and cried and cried for no reason I could figure out. So that was hard. I was a zombie that whole year. But I’m happy to report that he is a very well-adjusted almost-8-year-old today who rarely cries. I guess he got it all out when he was an infant.
Bobbie Smith says
The worst sleep deprived night is when they are up sick all night long, having to clean them up, and their bed, and also you can’t sleep because of their fever.
Tanna Sutherland says
I am always the one to put things away in off places when I’m tired. Such as cream cheese in the bread cabinet.
I was sleep deprived all winter due to my baby having frequent ear infections. I know what sleep deprivation feels like.!
Potty training = sleep deprived lol
I get sleep deprived every once in a while when the kids are sick
I think there is no specific story. I remember stumbling around in the wee hours of the morning trying to stay awake and take care of a little one.
Oh there are so many.. but one that sticks out is the day I woke up at 9 am, realized my oldest missed the bus and was late for school, so I got him ready and strapped our 2 little ones into their seats and drove my son to school. When I got there, there were only a couple cars and no buses. I looked at my phone and realized it was Saturday… smh 😉 I’m sure many moms have done the same! lol
Oh, and I’m sure this wouldn’t have happened at all if our youngest, who is 15 months old now but only 12 months old at the time, hadn’t kept me up all night because of teething! haha.. jokes on Mama!
Courtney Pomietto says
Orange juice in coffee. A waste of a perfectly good cup!!
I have a 3 year old and 5 week old. The struggle is real right now. Lol
Army basic training = No Sleep at all!!
I cannot remember the sleep deprivation moments it seemed like it went to fast and apparently it must not have been that bad or I would remember I have sleep deprivation every night off to bed at 1-2 up at 6 everyday I must not need that much sleep..Im a night owl..