April 9, 2012

Baby Zoo Sleep Trainer Momo Alarm Clock Review

Bid wakes up a a lot at night - and I mean a lot a lot.  She has no sense of time and always climbs in our bed and wants us to turn on the tv.  It doesn't matter what time it is, or how long she's been asleep she wants to watch our tv.  

I hate it!  Between Bid and Baby Co I rarely get a full night of sleep.  Baby Zoo has created a great product to help parents like me and kids like Bid - The Momo Alarm Clock.

The Baby Zoo Sleep Trainer Momo Alarm Clock functions like a regular alarm clock, but is specifically designed to help little kids know when to wake up.  The monkey closes it's eyes during the nighttime hours, and opens it's eyes when it's time for little ones to wake up.

Another fun feature is that you can have the alarm set to a fun jungle sound or even turn off the volume completely.  This is great because I don't necessarily want to wake Bid up early, but I do want her to know when it's okay to wake me up.

The Momo is also a good alarm clock for school aged children because it has an analog clock and a digital clock.  Since Kik is just learning to tell time, it's a great way to help her practice.

The clock features
  • Analog & digital clock;
  • Opening/closing eyes at your preferred time;
  • Kids Alarm Clock with jungle alarmsound, with adjustable volume (can switch off completely);
  • Nightlight, automatically shuts down after 30 seconds.
To Buy - The  Baby Zoo Sleep Trainer Momo Alarm Clock retails for $39.99 from Kastel International and is a great option for kids.  They also have a fun Gus nightlight and Coco digital music player that are perfect for helping kids with their nighttime routines.

For more info and special offers you can also check out Kastel International on Facebook. 

I received a product to review from the above company or their PR Agency. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way. I received no monetary compensation for this post.


  1. As a grandmother, I just do not understand why it is difficult for the young parents to get kids to go to bed. We had no issues with our 4 boys at all..it was storytime, and a 'sweet, sweet, nighttime-is-quiet-time" thing we did each night, so bed was something they learned was necessary to wake up ready to greet a new day. No 'tv' or machines to help, just tough love.

  2. Our oldest and youngest do go to bed fine. Bid has "hold your breath spells" and sometimes when she cries she forgets to breathe and passes out. It's an involuntary reflex in a very small percentage of kids, and they usually grow out of it. However - crying herself to sleep - is something that we could never do with her. It's scary when your kid stops breathing.

  3. 2 out of my 3 kids go to bed easily, my oldest is still having some issues with it. But he is still quiet and then asleep fairly early.
    These clocks are so cute, my question is, will they help the kids sleep in? lol