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[Well.ca] Gro clock $41.99

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[Well.ca] Gro clock $41.99

Use the code WELL10 if you're a new customer to get $10 off the sale price of $49.99. Free shipping. The total bill comes to $41.99. The lowest it has been on amazon.ca was $50.99 (ccc)
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so it's a childs toy thing? Nothing to do with marijuana ... Crying Face
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raskal wrote: so it's a childs toy thing? Nothing to do with marijuana ... Crying Face
Ha. Timely post I suppose. This clock helps parents get more sleep.
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My 4 year old just woke up like he does every night (it's almost 4am). I am ordering this now. The reviews say that it helps them sleep through the night. I really hope it does. I would get 2 but I think my 1 year old is a too young for it. Thanks OP!
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We bought one earlier this year as our daughter would get up at like 6am every day and go downstairs, watch tv and stuff then be miserable all day because she barely slept.

Now she has a big blue circle when it's night, and a yellow circle when it's day and she can get up. It would be an understatement to say this thing is a game changer. She now sleeps until 730 minimum every day. She's 5 though so no change in mood, still a bugger lol!
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Wow never heard of such a thing. I wonder if it communicates via some cryptic baby language...
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When I brought my new baby girl home, my son’s sleeping patterns started changing. Maybe due to anxiety or jealousy. Who knows... he would kick and scream refusing to sleep in his bed at night. Then when he got down, he would wake up several more times screaming and leaving his room. I was already sleep deprived from the newborn. I bought this clock from a recommendation... at regular price becauseI was so desperate and oh man, it was worth every penny.
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This worked wonders for some people I know but for us it was just a source of frustration. He was so excited about seeing it change he would wake up even earlier, then make regular trips to our room to give us updates or get an estimate of how long until it would turn in to a sun. We had to take it back.
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raskal wrote: so it's a childs toy thing? Nothing to do with marijuana ... Crying Face
Well... if the clock turns yellow and you're still high, it means you need to lower the dose the next time
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We used these for both of our kids starting around when they were two and it was the greatest thing ever. My son is 7 now and stopped using it a year ago or so (he just sleeps until we wake him), but my daughter is 5 and still uses it.

Important thing is to make sure, when you first get the clock, that you set it for close to the time they usually wake up (e.g., 4:00 am or 5:00 am or whatever) so that they don't have to wait a long time for it when they're getting used to it. And then gradually move it forward so they can get used to waiting for the yellow sun.
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cappaj wrote: We used these for both of our kids starting around when they were two and it was the greatest thing ever. My son is 7 now and stopped using it a year ago or so (he just sleeps until we wake him), but my daughter is 5 and still uses it.

Important thing is to make sure, when you first get the clock, that you set it for close to the time they usually wake up (e.g., 4:00 am or 5:00 am or whatever) so that they don't have to wait a long time for it when they're getting used to it. And then gradually move it forward so they can get used to waiting for the yellow sun.
Now you tell me.
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daveybuoy wrote: This worked wonders for some people I know but for us it was just a source of frustration. He was so excited about seeing it change he would wake up even earlier, then make regular trips to our room to give us updates or get an estimate of how long until it would turn in to a sun. We had to take it back.
Yea I had a similar experience. When she was 2 this worked well to give us some more sleep. Now at 3 she pretty quickly learned how to make the sun come up at any time of day by messing with the clock. For those considering make sure you have a place where your kid can't reach it.
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TheDuffMan wrote: Yea I had a similar experience. When she was 2 this worked well to give us some more sleep. Now at 3 she pretty quickly learned how to make the sun come up at any time of day by messing with the clock. For those considering make sure you have a place where your kid can't reach it.
Someone didnt read the manual....if you hold down on the "Down" arrow for couple of seconds, it will go on Lock Mode and no buttons will have any effect

Be sure to not lock it in front of the child
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roblombardi wrote: Well... if the clock turns yellow and you're still high, it means you need to lower the dose the next time
If the clock turns yellow and you're still high, you need to PM me ASAP and let me know where you acquired your supply.

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