$50 Value Kids Prize Pack Giveaway

$50 Value Kids Prize Pack Giveaway featuring products from ISeeMe and Glow Bug Cloth Diapers! Enter to Win Below!


Watching a young child sleeping is a precious moment for any parent. However, arriving at that moment can wreak havoc, and nightly bedtime battles with young toddlers and preschoolers can be difficult for any parent. Kids are always asking for that extra drink of water, another story, one more cuddle, a favorite blankie – the list can go on (and on and on). Sleep experts and child development experts everywhere agree that a key part of making bedtime calmer and easier is to establish a routine.

Personalized bookseller I See Me! released a new bedtime board book It’s My Night Night Time that not only reinforces the importance of having a routine, but also is geared to make bedtime a whole lot more enjoyable. In the story, a cast of silly and sweet little characters illustrated by artist Colleen Madden come together to make your child’s nightly bedtime routine more fun, from going to the potty to brushing teeth, putting on PJs, reading stories and getting tucked in.


It’s My Night Night Time! is made of thick, durable board book pages perfect for exploring baby and toddler hands. The child’s name, which is personalized on the cover and throughout the storybook, is even found on illustrated toilet paper roles and embroidered into the quilt on the bed that’s full of sleeping animals at the end of the story. The dedication page is personalized with the child’s photo for an extra touch. According to author Jennifer Dewing, “Seeing their names personalized in the storybook is exciting for kids and this entertaining storybook will have them running to read for bedtime!”

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In a matter of minutes, customers can order an It’s My Night Night Time book online at ISeeMe.com, and it will be delivered within 2 weeks time (continental US, standard delivery). Customers wishing to order two or more books can enter coupon code NIGHTNIGHT at checkout at ISeeMe.com to save $10 off their order (expires 6/30/15).

Glow Bug Cloth Diapers


Are you looking for a non toxic diaper solution that offers style and beauty? Glow Bug Cloth Diapers are perfect to keep your baby dry and comfortable while saving you money.

Here is a little more information about Glow Bug Diapers that I received from their site.

What are Glow Bug Cloth Diapers made of?

To maximize durability, performance and softness, Glow Bug Cloth Diapers are made of polyester.  Our diapers are 100% polyester laminated with polyurethane on the outside and our exclusive SlimDry material is 100% polyester on the inside.  Our microfiber inserts are 70% polyester and 30% nylon.  Our bamboo inserts are made of 2 layers of bamboo viscose, cotton and polyester blend and 1 layer of microfiber.



What makes Glow Bug Cloth Diapers different from other brands?

We have many great features that make our diapers special but what really sets us apart is our patent pending 360 Gusset design as well as offering our diapers in convenient packages, our top notch customer service and our stunningly beautiful prints!  But don’t take our word for it!  See what our customers have to say in our customer survey and check out some testimonials.



One lucky winner is going to be randomly selected to receive their very own ISeeMe It’s My Night Night Time book and 1 Glow Bug Cloth Diaper (1 diaper and 1 insert)The winner can choose if they would like the prize to be from the Botanist, Brainiac or Explorer package.

Enter below for your chance to win! Be sure to tell us what your bedtime routine is like and if you use cloth diapers!


  1. James Robert says:

    I am entering for my cousin who just had her first baby. Don’t believe she has used them nor does she know too much about them

  2. Cassidy Ciazza Morelli says:

    I use both, I’d love to go totally cloth but can’t because of childcare. We take a bath, read books and cuddle before bed.

  3. I do not use cloth diapers. The bedtime routine is nothing special. We just get them to wind down an hour beforehand and then send them to bed with kisses and hugs.

  4. I’m planning on using cloth diapers for the first time with our third baby, due this October!

  5. rachel cartucci says:

    I am currently pregnant and will be new to cloth diapers. I had a couple for my first born and decided that this time around I am really going to do nothing but cloth. Trying to build my stash before my new little mister arrives.

  6. Jean Marie C says:

    We do cloth diaper. I’m going to be cloth diapering our newborn (in July) and our 18mo old. We eat dinner around 7pm, then hang out for a little while before getting ready for bed. We brush our teeth, read a book and of course change into our night time diaper!

  7. Steph D. says:

    My first child will be born soon and I would love to use cloth diapers. I have not bought any yet!

  8. I currently use the Diaper Rite brand clothe diapers, mostly. I do have one Rumparooz, which is my favorite. But they are so expensive :/

    My son’s bed time routine is:
    After-dinner bath with Daddy
    Story with Daddy or Daddy plays guitar
    Mommy nurses to sleep

  9. We used cloth diapers with our daughter and plan to again with the next one!

  10. Dandi D says:

    I am planning to use cloth diapers when our little one arrives this summer.

  11. Dandi D says:

    We will be using cloth diapers when our new baby arrives.

  12. Erin B. says:

    We used cloth on our daughter for nearly 3 years. We are about to start all over with baby #2. Our bedtime routine is to have a snack, brush teeth, go potty, change into pj’s, read a book, sing 2 songs, and snuggle for 5 minutes 🙂

  13. Vivian Sun says:

    Hopefully close to potty training so cloth diapering is done for now. Our bedtime routine is bath, brush teeth, jammies on, kisses, and lights out.

  14. I am expecting my third after a 17 year gap, and only dabbled in cloth but really want to save money using them.

  15. Dandi D says:

    We used cloth with our first and our planning to use cloth again this time around.

  16. Julie Waldron says:

    I used cloth diapers for my girls when they were babies.

  17. Jen Murphy says:

    I just had my second baby, another little boy! And I’m excited to try cloth diapers with him! Our bedtime routine is bathtime, brushing teeth, stories/books, final breastfeeding/nursing of the night for baby, then some quality Mommy/Daddy time doing anything from cuddling with a favorite TV show, reading together, playing a card game/board game, anything to reconnect with each other. I’m hoping baby won’t leak thru cloth diapers like he does disposables!

  18. Yes, we use cloth diapers and have since my 18 month old was 6 weeks old. Love them! Our bedtime routine is changing into a night time diaper with woolies, lying down, snuggling and nursing, and falling asleep. 😉

  19. Nicole R says:

    I cloth diaper when we’re home and have since my lo finally grew into clothies around three months! She’s a year and a half now.

    Our bedtime routine begins around 7:30. We put on her pajamas, brush her teeth (mommy first, then of course she gets a turn!), then we have to say ba-nights to Squiggs, our fish, the kitty, and Barley our black lab. Hugs and kisses for daddy and we go into the nursery to read a book, song our song and rock until she falls asleep. I know I shouldn’t be rocking her to sleep still, but I look forward to it every night!

  20. Brandy B says:

    We use cloth diapers at night. I ready to the baby while I feed her, then put her to sleep. (6 months old today)…. 8)

  21. Sasha Miller says:

    Love cloth diapering. Our daughter takes a bath, brushes her teeth, puts smileys on her chore chart, and picks out a book for one of us to read to her. Sometimes there’s a song or books depending on how shes been.

  22. Katlyn M says:

    We use and love cloth diapers. Glowbugs are our favorite and we are gradually creating an entire stash of just GB diapers!! Our night routine is pretty simple- once we get home from work / daycare, we have some dedicated playtime with our little guy until about 6:30, then go up to his room. I nurse him, then we read a bedtime story together and put him down for the night. Both my husband and I participate in the routine and always say the same goodnight phrases to him.

  23. Brittany Harp says:

    I use cloth diapers finally with my last, 4th child. Wish I had know more about them before. Right now, our bedtime routine is kind of crazy with the 6 month old and my older kids because it’s summer. Typically, after dinner we take a bath, brush our teeth and then with my 3 year old I read a story after he gets in bed. When I tell my 11 and 9 year old goodnight, that;s when they tend to tell me everything that happened that day. Especially the 11 year old. Even though they have plenty of other time to tell me about it. I guess it’s because they really don’t get any alone time with me besides when I go in their room to tell them goodnight. With 4 biological and 3 bonus there’s not much time to spend one on one. But they each get about 20 minutes of one on one time with me telling me all the funny and serious things that happened at school or whatever it may be at the end of the day. I love that time.

  24. Brandy Y. says:

    I used cloth for about the first year. My husband gives our son a bath and puts on his PJs and then he watches some cartoons and winds down with a sippy cup of some milk. I then brush his teeth and change his diaper and we read a few books and then I give him some hugs and sing to him and put him in his crib.

  25. Julie+Waldron says:

    We read to them and sit with them for awhile.

  26. Julie+Waldron says:

    We used cloth for the first few months.

  27. Amanda Lea says:

    Yes, we use cloth diapers! Have been doing it for about 3 months now and it’s great! For bedtime baby nurses and then goes to sleep.

  28. Jennifer says:

    I’m going to be a first time mom at 36. Im working on a stash of cloth now and can’t wait to see what our routine will be like! Thanks for this post!

  29. Samantha Mills says:

    Yes, we use cloth diapers! We’ve just recently made the switch from disposables, and I’m very very slowly trying to build our tiny stash. I son’t have any Glow Bug Diapers, but I’ve checked out their diapers before. I think they are adorable, and I would love to try one for my little guy. Our night time routine is pretty simple because my little man is still really little. I like to make sure everything is nice and quite and we can settle down together, I give him a bottle, sing to him and rock him a little (hope to include a bedtime story sometime soon). Then, when he’s nice and relaxed I can lay him down in his crib for (hopefully) the night.

  30. Jenny A. says:

    I do use cloth diapers. At bedtime I put my son (21 months) in a fresh diaper and pjs and brush his teeth. I’ve tried reading him bedtime stories like I do for his sisters, but he would rather look through the book himself. He gets tucked into his bed with his favorite blanket and I set his LeapFrog My Pal Scout puppy to play 15 minutes of bedtime music. I used to be able to just put him in his crib and he would go to sleep on his own; my husband recently decided it was time for a toddler bed, so bedtime has gotten more difficult. Often my son refuses to stay in bed. I’m lucky if he just insists on me sitting with him until he falls asleep.

  31. Austin Baroudi says:

    We’ve never used them before and my daughter goes to bed around 9 every night. I just put her in the crib and she goes right to bed. She’s pretty good with bedtime!

  32. I have used cloth diapers. Our bedtime routine is bath, books, rocking and then bedtime.

  33. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    My sister just had her first child a couple weeks ago and she uses cloth diapers.

  34. We use cloth, and love it! #1 is close to potty training though, but #2 is on the way. (: bedtime involves lots of snuggles and nursing to sleep. Then LO gets moved to his room. We usually add an extra insert or use a more absorbent one for bedtime.

  35. desiree says:

    i use them duing the day beacuse of night is long so i use the regular diaper in day

  36. Holly Thomas says:

    I do use cloth diapers, but I also still use disposable as well at times. My kids bedtime routine is we eat dinner, then clean up toys, take bath, get in pajamas, go take last drinks of water then off to brush teeth, story time and then lights out! A lot of times I will sit with them though and talk with them quietly about how our day went or other things like that until they are ready to fully crash, sometimes they have to be carried to their beds instead 🙂

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