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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!

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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 created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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! 🙂

  4. 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!

  5. 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!

  6. a tip- put them to sleep -in their crib- awake- that way they can self soothe
    tcogbill at live dot com

  7. 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. 🙂

  8. 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!

  9. 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!

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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

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

  15. 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.

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