Saturday, October 2, 2010

Kidswitch GIVEAWAY & Review

My daughter will be turning two at the end of December each month she gets too big too fast,she is also becoming way more dependent so I have to think of fun ways for her to do things on her own,for example since she can't reach the door knob on her bedroom door yet I just tied a colorful ribbon to the door knob now she can get in out very easily.Another tricky problem I ran into is how she can turn her bedroom light on & off without me or her father having to turn it off for her,I am happy to say that I found the solution with a product called The KidSwitch,which allows kids to SAFELY reach and operate room lights! No more worry about falling off toys.My daughter is a little too short to reach the Kidswitch because we have high light switches but I have placed a small stepping stool under where her Kidswitch is & she has no problem turning her light on & off on her own,The best thing about the Kidswitch is that it glows in the dark so your child can easily find it when getting up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night.Since I am obsessed with the Moon & stars I was very happy to find that my daughters Kidswitch is shaped like a crescent moon.The KidSwitch comes with two tiny screws that extend out so that you can secure the Kidswitch to the light switch since the screws are extended it still gives the Kidswitch room to move up & down to turn the light on/off,This not only helps my daughter but it helps my DH & I save money as well because now we don't have to leave our daughters bedroom light on all day when she runs in & out of her room to the living room.I really enjoy that my daughter can do this simple task all on her own now it is a big help.****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.Products were Provided by KidSwitch for the Review & Giveaway****




PRIZE ALERT:
One lucky winner will win a Kidswitch of their own.

GIVEAWAY IS NOW OVER WINNER IS kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  1. I have a 2 year old daughter. This would be perfect because we are starting to potty training.

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  2. MANDATORY ENTRY: This would really help my daughter out, BIG TIME! Every single night my daughter has to use the restroom at least once, but sometimes twice a night. With the switch that glows in the dark, it will allow her to locate the switch easier and faster. Big Bonus!
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  3. this would be helpful to my nephew that night gets up and never find the light

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  21. This would be helpful for my little grandson.

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  22. My daughter is 2.5 and she'd love to be able to use her lightswitch without dragging over a stool.

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  27. This would be great for my toddler who is always stacking up random toys and trying to balance on them to reach the light switch in her room.

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  31. this would be helpful so the lights always get switched off
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  32. This would be extremely helpful so they can turn on the light themselves in the middle of the night/evening or even when they have to go use the bathroom. It will make them feel like a big kid.
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