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Pampers Give the Gift of Sleep *Giveaway closed* #DDDivas #DivasSleep #sponsored

*“This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.”

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I was beyond excited to be picked for the Pampers Give the Gift of Sleep with Double Duty Divas! I have so many friends who have just had a baby, or still trying to get their toddlers to sleep through the night and couldn’t wait to make a special Gift Basket full of goodies for a friend who still is trying to enjoy a good nights sleep.

I thought of some of my favorite items that help me relax and did a basket for both my friend and her baby. Soothing bath wash for baby, bubble bath for for mom and candles during her bath.  I also included diapers and a super soft fleece jammies for baby.

By interviewing over 9,000 moms about what was important for their baby, Pampers found the number one unmet need is a diaper that provides superior overnight dryness.  Pampers incorporated this firsthand insight, as well as the brand’s deep understanding of baby and baby’s needs, to design a diaper that both mom and baby can count on for up to 12 hours of overnight protection.


I am also excited to share that Pampers now is carrying the swaddlers in sizes 3 and 4. It is my favorite disposable diaper and happy to see the larger sizes!

Be sure to a lso follow Pampers on Twitter and Pampers on Facebook.
One winner will receive a Sleep Set which includes a Sleep Sheep Sound Machine, cozy blankets for Mom/Baby and a $50 gift card.

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Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.

Please make sure to follow ALL Giveaway Rules. Please read sweepstake rules HERE.
This giveaway will end on Oct. 30th

*A product was provided.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 15,12, 6 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

81 Responses to “Pampers Give the Gift of Sleep *Giveaway closed* #DDDivas #DivasSleep #sponsored”

  1. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I like using lavender lotion, I think it really helps baby sleep better!

  2. Jessica Fletcher says:


  3. debbie jensen says:

    Car ride

  4. Elena says:

    I like to turn on some relaxing music to help my baby to fall asleep

  5. Kellie T says:

    I could only put my boys to sleep by cuddling with them or strapping them in a car seat.

  6. Julie Luker says:

    After a bottle and burpin,snuggling with a blanket.

  7. Merry says:

    Warm bath, cuddles, and a musical nightlight

  8. Devon F says:

    Nursing before bedtime was helpful with my first.

  9. Rebecca Orr says:

    For us, nursing, reading calming books, and warm bubble baths using Johnson’s lavender bath wash really help. my daughter is still nursing at almost 2 and she doesn’t sleep through the night. We are working hard on it though. She wakes at least once, but usually twice.

  10. Christina Marie says:

    I enjoy quiet time in front of my computer each morning. Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. Stephanie O says:

    bath, jammies, rock

  12. courtney b says:

    reading or a night light works well too

  13. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Make sure that it is quiet when it gets close to time to go to sleep. All the calm keeps them calm, less stimulation the better.

  14. rod jackson says:

    Soft lullaby music worked for us

  15. Amanda says:

    Music and stroller and quiet house with lights off.

  16. Lisa Brown says:

    A car ride, nearly always works 🙂

  17. Claire says:

    My son will be three in three months, and he has only began sleeping through the night. I was a nanny for 15 years before having my son, so i thought i was pretty much “the sleep expert” but since having him, my confidence is shot! 🙂

  18. julie says:

    dimmed lights and some music

  19. Nicole-Lynn says:

    My tip is making sure the baby’s diaper is changed/dry and for mom to feel relaxed before bedtime– a nice bath or hot shower, hot tea, reading a book if possible before bedtime!

    I’m expecting my first baby next month,thanks for the opportunity!

  20. Mary Happymommy says:

    I enjoy quiet time by taking a walk.

  21. Cheryl F. says:

    I enjoy quiet time reading with a cup of tea.

  22. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Mine fall asleep as soon as the car gets moving

  23. Cynthia R says:

    during quiet time I like to read or take a walk outside.

  24. Katie Sexton says:

    I always have found nursing to be the best way for my babies

  25. Brittaney Hall says:

    When my daughter was first born, I found that she didn’t like her hands to be swaddled she would fight and throw a fit so I started swaddling her without her arms confined, after a bath with the Johnson’s night time body wash and lotion. Then I would snug her up to my side and either walk around with her if she was cranky or just lay her in her bassinet and rub her back for a little while. But she was such a good baby though that I never had any issues really with her!

  26. Rachel says:

    Warm bath, cuddles, then putting to bed while drowsy but still awake.

  27. Becca F says:

    I enjoy quiet time by drinking tea and taking deep breaths

  28. tess says:

    a tip- put them to sleep -in their crib- awake- that way they can self soothe
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  29. Autum says:

    I enjoy some quiet time by curling up with a good book by myself and a nice cup of tea or cocoa with some delicious bakery snacks or chocolate. 🙂

  30. soha molina says:

    I enjoy quiet time by taking a nap,

  31. Jessica M. says:

    I enjoy my quiet time by taking a nap, watching a little tv, or getting caught up on the cooking, or visiting with my family!

  32. mrsshukra says:

    I watch TV and go on the internet, very relaxing!

  33. Desiree H says:

    My twins fight sleep. So I have to rock one at a time to put them to sleep. I sing to them and rub their foreheads and it relaxes them. This is the only way to put them asleep. It takes me about 20 minutes per baby! Its crazy!

  34. D Schmidt says:

    Swaddles helped us get our son to sleep for a longer period of time. When I get a quiet moment I tend to surf online.

  35. Natasha says:

    I like to relax by reading a magazine!

  36. Susan Christy says:

    Watching a movie – WITHOUT surround sound. That wakes kids up fast.

  37. Gianna says:

    I don’t really have quiet time. Nursing the baby sometimes helps.

  38. Allison Downes says:

    Car rides work wonderful to get a baby to sleep

    Thank you for the nice giveaway!

  39. Karen Glatt says:

    To get baby to sleep, my sister usually has a quiet, darkened room, and she gives my nephew a bath which helps him go to sleep.

  40. naomi c says:

    we love our sleep machine

  41. April G says:

    The swing! We used the swing sooo much with our firstborn, to get him to drift off.

  42. ashley perez says:

    car rides to get her to sleep and nap when its quiet

  43. April says:

    If he really wont go to sleep then i lay him in bed with me. Sometimes all he needs is me laying next to him.

  44. Tara says:

    Baby massage and a lavender bath helped my son to sleep.

  45. Ashley H says:

    I like reading a good book.

  46. Stacey B says:

    Bath before bedtime always helps them sleep better!

  47. Stacey B says:

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  48. Brandy W. says:

    The bouncy chair or the swing work almost every time!

  49. michelle rattan says:

    i rock him in my arms

  50. rebecca norton says:

    with my my kids its always the same thing every night. we 1st calm them down, turn off the lights some cuddles then bed time

  51. Amy Orvin says:

    I enjoy some quiet time by entering giveaways

  52. Wendy R says:

    my tip is relaxing music and a bath!

  53. Christie says:

    Routine is necessary for sleep!

  54. Heidi says:

    My baby sleeps better if I rock her to sleep while humming lullabies.

  55. steve weber says:

    constant rocking motion.

  56. Ellie W says:

    Use a white noise machine. It really helped my grandson.

  57. Bets says:

    Reading a bedtime book.

  58. Dianne Hall says:

    we are fans of the swing!

  59. Vunda V says:

    go for a car ride!

  60. Tabathia B says:

    I enjoy some quiet time by curling up on the end of the couch and reading a good book

  61. Vera K says:

    I enjoy quiet time on my yoga mat.

  62. richf says:

    routine is the most important to get the little ones to sleep.

  63. Liz N says:

    Car ride never fails for us!

  64. Nicole Larsen says:

    I try to nap when the baby naps and we have a set bedtime and routine at night which helps everyone sleep better

  65. stephanie says:

    i like to watch tv to help me relax

  66. Thomas Murphy says:

    I like to watch movies for quiet time.

  67. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I enjoy quiet time by reading

  68. Theresa N says:

    Rocking the baby.

  69. Dawn Monroe says:

    A full belly and a warm bath is the best way for me.

  70. Candace Calkins says:

    A warm bath, lavender lotion, and snuggles always did the trick for us!

  71. Nannypanpan says:

    My only tip for getting baby to sleep is to cuddle them so they relax

  72. meredith says:

    I enjoy reading a good book during my infrequent quiet time

  73. deanna hanson says:

    make a routine and stick 2 it

  74. Mesh baby carriers are the best, not only do they let you get baby a bath but you as well!

  75. Amy W. says:

    I enjoy quiet time by taking a nice long bath.

  76. Daniel M says:

    low music and rocking

  77. Amanda Hoffman says:

    i enjoy my quiet time with a hot bath

  78. Michelle says:

    The best thing I’ve learned after having four kids is to have a schedule, and stick to it pretty well. Don’t shop during nap time, etc.

  79. Sarah Stevens says:

    Sing while rocking baby

  80. Julie says:

    my quiet time is on the computer thanks jfor the giveaway

  81. Alyshia says:

    I like to sing silent night to help my babies sleep sometimes it even works.