Author - Michele Berman

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 The ZAZOO KiDS Photo Clock is an innovative sleep solution for children who wake too early or do not stay in bed all night.  This contemporary accessory teaches children the concept of "sleep" and "awake" in a fun, educational way, using visual cues (the sun means it's time to wake up, the moon means it's time to stay in bed). The photo clock grows with your child with multimedia features like a rotating photo frame, music, audio book, alarm clock and video features.  2011 Award Winner from both the National Parenting Center and the Parent Tested Parent Approved Organization.

Sleep Struggles Part 3: Night Owls

Bedtime can be an ordeal even for the most patient parents.  Sleep struggles are a normal part of parenting, but we hope these tips will help your whole family rest a little easier!

To wrap up our Sleep Struggles NPN Blog series, we’d like to share a few tips for making bedtime worry-free: 


Make time to wind down. We’re all busy, so we know how tempting it can be to send the kids straight to bed after returning from the day’s activities. However, for most children, this do...

Posted on February 22, 2013 at 7:00 AM by Michele Berman

Sleep Struggles Part 2: Early Risers

The end of Daylight Savings Time can be tough for many families, but we know that a lot of you are dealing with an even an even more problematic year-round sleep issue that comes with living with an early riser.

Even an extra fifteen minutes of sleep each morning can make a big difference for busy parents, but many young children have a habit of waking up too early and disturbing the whole family’s sleep routine.

If this sounds like your child, please read on.

Tips to help your...

Posted on February 21, 2013 at 7:00 AM by Michele Berman

Sleep Struggles Part 1: Daylight Savings Time

It might feel like the holiday season just passed, but guess what? The end of Daylight Savings Time (Sunday March 10th at 2am) is only a few weeks away. While “springing ahead” is a sign that warmer days are approaching, if you have young children, it may also be a sign of difficult nights to come.

An hour of sleep probably does not seem like such a big deal to you, but it has a major effect on little ones. While some kids may be tired, lethargic and irritable as a result of the change...

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 7:00 AM by Michele Berman