Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Conquer Sleep Deprivation with the ZAZOO Photo Clock!

Do you have a little early riser in your house? One of the biggest sources of sleep deprivation for parents of toddlers and preschoolers is early rising. Little ones can’t tell when it’s time to get up in the morning, so they often pop out of bed too early, disrupting everyone’s sleep. I love the ZAZOO Photo Clock because it’s designed to help eliminate this problem! It can be programmed to show a “daytime photo” during certain times of the day and a “nighttime photo” during others. So, if you’d like your child to get out of bed at 8:00 AM, for example, you can set the “daytime photo” to show on the screen at that time. If your child wakes up at 7:00 AM and sees the “nighttime photo,” he understands that it’s too early to wake his family and will (hopefully) go back to sleep! You can also set a picture for naptimes.

The ZAZOO Photo Clock comes in several fun designs, like those below.

And it has some other fantastic features, too! For example, it can be used as a digital photo frame. Just upload your own photos into the clock, and it will rotate them like a slide show. Here are a couple of photos we put in our ZAZOO Photo Clock!

You can even select your own photos as a “daytime” or “nighttime photo.” For example, take a picture of your child sleeping for the “nighttime photo,” and another picture of your child playing or eating breakfast for the “daytime photo”! You can also play music and videos on the ZAZOO Photo Clock, and it comes with a cute little remote control! This video shows all of its amazing features:

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The ZAZOO Photo Clock is awesome. I can see why it won awards from The National Parenting Center and the Parent Tested Parent Approved organizations this year! Visit to learn more about the ZAZOO Photo Clock, and how it can help your child develop better sleeping habits.




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