Dream Deep with Twilight Carz #Giveaway

Upon moving our daughter from her crib to her big girl bed, we were faced with new challenges. Falling asleep began to take longer. as our daughter became aware of many new distractions. As an infant, sound machines worked well to accelerate her sleep, but this new toddler stage required a different type of sleep aide.

Twilight Carz

Then we discovered the Cloud B Twilight Carz!

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Created for even the most restless sleeper, this adorable racecar’s purpose is to accelerate the deepest dreams.  A toy by day with their fully functioning wheels, the Twilight Carz help transition children from play time to sleep time.

This darling automobile accomplishes the task of helping your little one nod off by projecting hearts and stars onto their walls and ceiling. The gorgeous glow effect of the red and blue LED colors will soothe your sleepy child.

The additional features of illuminated headlights and tail lights can ease a child’s fear of the dark as well.

The best part?  No need to sneak in and turn the car off once your child is asleep and risk waking them up.The lights automatically shut-off after 45 minutes to create the complete darkness for sleeping recommended by pediatricians.

Twilight CarzOur daughter was thrilled with her car and began driving it around her room immediately! At 20 months old she was able to push the necessary buttons to turn the lights on or off.  A hidden power button beneath the car makes it easy for parents to keep the lights off during the day in order to preserve battery life.

The pink and purple design and fun heart decals added the perfect dash of girl to this race car. I was worried a race car might clash with her room decor, but the medium size of the car and its simple design kept it from standing out too much in her room.

When bedtime came and the lights were out we turned the LED projector on and stars and hearts dotted the walls and ceilings of our daughter’s room.  She was enthralled.  We left the car on after tucking her in and were amazed to see that she didn’t attempt to climb out of her bed once!

Instead, she lay still looking up at the ceiling until she drifted easily to sleep!

Twilight Carz are perfect sleep aides for restless sleepers, toddlers transitioning to big kid beds, or little ones who fear the dark.

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Some of the features include:

  • Friendly day and night companion
  • Rolling wheels for daytime play
  • Eases fear of the dark
  • Projects stars and lightening bolts
  • Illuminated headlights and tail lights
  • Light timer and features
  • 45 minute auto shut-off ensures complete darkness during child’s deep sleep, recommended by pediatricians
  • Projects in 2 soothing color options: blue, red

Requires 3 AAA batteries; batteries are included

Retail box dimensions: 6” x 10” x 7.75”

Twilight Carz are available in pink hearts or red lightning for an affordable price.  This multifunctional toy will bring enjoyment and deep dreams to your child.  Find out more about Twilight Carz at their website!

Win one here! Enter to win your very own Twilight Carz in the entry form below.

 

Hi! I’m Jenny! I blog at www.thesweetstuff.blogspot.com all about my home, family (husband and sweet baby girl), being a mom, crafting, cooking, my faith in God, and more. I love the outdoors, living in a small town on the Central Coast and being a mom!


Comments

  1. LindaStewart says

    My grandson has to have a light on at night. We have tried leaving a TV on, with sound off, but that’s too much light. Your basic nightlight isn’t enough. This one may be what works!!

  2. Lacey Burd says

    This would be absolutely perfect for my daughter! Lately, I’ve had a really hard time getting her to stay in her bed long enough to fall asleep.

  3. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    I’d love to win for my nephews! I think it would be sleepovers more fun…and less scary for them!

  4. Maria Malaveci says

    My son has a Twilight Turtle, and my daughter has always asked for one, I think she would love this. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Taryn T. says

    My daughter is currently in a “I can’t sleep” rut…. this would be a novel way to keep her in bed, and for me to finally get some sleep! Help an exhausted momma out!

  6. ASHLEY COSSETTE says

    my son HAS to sleep with a flash light and since he shares a room with his one year old brother it constantly wakes him up (he shines it into his crib) this would be such an awesome compromise, he would still get the light and my little guy would be able to stay sleeping!

  7. Jessica Eaton Ledford says

    I’d love to win this for my daughter! Although she’s 7, she is still afraid of the dark and likes having a little light on. And this is so cute!

  8. Dawn Monroe says

    Id like to win for my granddaughter because she is moving into a big girl bed and I think this would help with the change.

  9. Gayle S says

    I would love to win this for my grandson. We have had a hard time getting him to stay in bed even when it is obvious he is exhausted. I think something like this just might be the answer.

  10. Bobbie Smith says

    I would just love to win because my Kylie Rose would just so love to have this. she doesn’t have anything like this, and she would just love to see it lit up at night in her bedroom

  11. Jaime Ripka says

    I want to win this for my daughter. She is a 5 month old little girl who is very interested in lights. I would love to make her smile with this awesome nightlight. :)

  12. Dawn S. says

    I would love to win this for my nephew – I think this would help him fall asleep more easily and he’d have a blast playing with it.

  13. Georgia Beckman says

    I would love to win this because two of my granddaughters are not allowed to have night lights & they always ask for one. I think maybe because this one is a car, their gear head father might allow it.

  14. Colleen Maurina says

    I would love to win this for my grandchildren who spend the night at my house all the time! This would keep them from being afraid of the dark.

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