We Love Our Gro Clock & WIN One!! *Giveaway Now Closed*

When someone says a product has changed their life, I tend to scoff and roll my eyes. Really?! One little product can change your life?!

I stand corrected.

Enter the Gro-clock. If you already have one, you will hopefully know exactly what I mean. If you haven’t, let me explain.

We Love Our Gro-clock

The Gro-clock is an alarm clock for toddlers basically. Little Man went through a phase about 4 months ago of waking up at 5am, sometimes earlier. It was difficult; he was tired, we were tired. It wasn’t good for any of us. I had heard a lot about the greatness of the Gro-clock so I thought I would try one.

They are really easy to set up. You enter the time you would ideally like your child to wake up (it’s a good idea to start realistically and then move it later 5 minutes at a time) and off you go. You set the clock every night when your little one goes to bed and get a big star on the screen with 12 little stars around the edge which counts down the time until wake up! When it is get up time, the sun comes up on the screen and your little one knows it’s time to get up.20151107_190536


I know it sounds too good to be true but after 2 weeks of using the clock Little Man was waking up at 7am rather than 5am. I think he wakes up and see’s that the star is still there so understands it is still night. Even if he is awake we have taught him to stay in his bed until the sun.

Every evening before going to bed, we had little chats with Little Man about getting up when the sun comes up, etc. Over the 2 week period, it sunk in. The clock also comes with a little story book. It is really sweet and all about a grumpy pig who sleeps in the day and misses out on the fun because he has been up in the night. Little Man loves the fact that the pig has the same clock as him in the pictures.


I cannot praise this clock enough, it has given us more sleep and I am truely grateful for that. We are all in much better moods for it too! It was money well spent!!!

You can find more information about the Gro-clock and all the other wonderful products from the Gro Company by clicking here.

If you have a toddler who is waking up before the actual sun at the moment then I have your answer right here. You can enter the giveaway below to win one of these amazing clocks. All you have to do is enter the Rafflecopter below and sit tight.

Good luck!!

  • The giveaway will last for 2 weeks, ends at 12am on 23/11/2015
    Winner will be chosen at random.
  • You will be emailed if successful.
  • UK entrants only please.

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This post was written in collaboration with The Gro Company. The clock is our own and all opinions are my own.

Family Fever


A Cornish Mum


  1. 10/11/2015 / 11:33

    We have a grow clock and I’m really struggling at the moment with it, I still get up before the suns up. I’m maybe still a bit too young to understand the concept, we will persevere with it. These posts give us hope!!! 😉 #TriedTested x
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  2. 10/11/2015 / 12:49

    I always meant to get one of these, but somehow never got round to it. Anything earlier than 6am definitely counts as night time in our house! These days I need some kind of bad dream clock. For now we’re making do with a dream catcher! #TwinklyTuesday

  3. 10/11/2015 / 13:32

    We have a gro-clock in my daughters room and its working really well at keeping her in bed until 7am at the moment. I also really enjoyed the story, I think I nearly know it off by heart! #Twinklytuesday
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  4. 10/11/2015 / 18:34

    This is ideal for my kids as they tend to wake up too early in the morning at weekends when we all want a long lie… my little boy would definitely love this too. Have joined the competition, keeping my fingers crossed! #TriedTested

  5. Samantha loughlin
    10/11/2015 / 22:59

    To stop my daughte being frightened in the nighttime xx

    • 11/11/2015 / 13:16

      Thanks for hosting, glad you have had success with yours too xx

  6. Sarah Louise
    11/11/2015 / 19:22

    I’d love one of these to help to get my son into a better sleep routine!

  7. Leanne Lunn
    11/11/2015 / 23:20

    To help my daughter know what time is time to get up 🙂

  8. 14/11/2015 / 21:10

    We have yet to have luck with ours dammit! I think we may have to re-explain the actual rules of it to see if he maybe understands more now as he’s been waking up in the night and calling out for us. The problem is, is that I also need to get across that he can just cover himself back up with the covers. They don’t have a gadget for that do they?! Thanks so much for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday
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  9. Charlotte Moore
    16/11/2015 / 16:46

    I would love to have this to assist with my nieces learning and growing

  10. Karen Knox
    17/11/2015 / 22:00

    Because I haven’t slept in 2 years!! haha

  11. 19/11/2015 / 11:25

    What a brilliant product! I’m lucky that mine have always had lie ins even when babies, but I can imagine this would help a lot of parents!
    Thanks for linking up to #PicknMix lovely

    Stevie xx
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  12. 19/11/2015 / 22:27

    We love our Gro Clocks so much we have a spare one at Nana and Grandads for when they stay there. Both boys still use them at 5 and 8, definitely one of our best investments. Thanks for linking to #PickNMix
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  13. kim neville
    21/11/2015 / 18:20

    My son could do with this in his bedroom as he has a habit of coming in our bed in the middle of night for no reason and thinks its time to wake everyone up

  14. lynsey buchanan
    22/11/2015 / 01:50

    To help my daughter sleep

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