Sweet Dreams for Your Little One

sertaThey say that the secret to a good night’s sleep is a good mattress and pillow. “A worn mattress is like an old running shoe,” says Bert Jacobson, a professor of health and human performance at Okla­homa State University. “It loses its support and its comfort.”

Is this true for babies? Just as your own sleep is affected by the type of mattress you have, so does your baby’s crib mattress affect his sleep. Finding the right baby mattress is very important to help ensure a good night’s sleep for your little one.

The Serta Perfect Balance crib mattress provides just the right amount of support and comfort, AND it’s eco-friendly!

Made with organic cotton fill, the Serta Perfect Balance crib mattress cradles baby in a healthy, natural environment. Designed with comfort and durability in mind, the mattress features continuous heavy coils, flex mesh support and six-gauge border wire. A heavily laminated cover made without Phthalates protects from dust mites and bacteria, and there are eight air vents keep the mattress fresh while providing a safe sleeping surface. The crib mattress, which also fits a toddler bed and retails for $199.99

My littlest guy has been enjoying a Serta Perfect Balance crib mattress, now maybe your little one can, too! That’s right, you can enter to win a brand new crib mattress!

Here’s what you need to do:
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  • Leave me a comment on this post, by 9pm on March 18th, telling me about your bedtime rituals.

  • You may enter a second time by leaving another comment, telling me about your favorite childhood bedtime memory.

  • For additional entries feel free to grab my button and place it on your sidebar, send a tweet, or leave the link to this giveaway on your Facebook page. Be sure to leave me a separate comment with a link to your blog, tweet or Facebook page.

  • You may also subscribe to my blog feed for yet another entry, and leave me a comment saying you did so. You must remain a subscriber during the entire duration of this giveaway.

One lucky commenter will be chosen at random, and will be notified via email, so make sure you leave a valid email address in your comments.

Comments

  1. Sheila H says

    With my son, after we eat dinner I give him his last jar of baby food for the day. Then a bath, then we get dressed and my daughter comes in and we read for a little while. Then his bottle, and he’s OUT! My daughter gets her bath after little man goes to bed, then we read a “big girl” book, and she watches a movie, (I know I know) and passes out.

  2. Kelly F says

    We usually sit in my rocking chair in the baby’s room and listen to some very soft music while he drifts off. It is a nice end to the day for both of us.

  3. Kelly F says

    When I was a kid I had one of those glo-worm dolls. I loved that when my mom turned out the light I was able to squeeze the doll and still have light if I was a little scared. The nice thing about gloworms is that the minute you get a bit tired and let go, the light turns off!

  4. Adanma says

    Our bedtime ritual consists of brushing our teeth and washing our faces. My little girl (2 years old) mimics everything I do while standing on her step stool. We go into the bedroom and say our prayers, then she tucks in her toys. She has to have the Turtle, the Baby, and the Bears or she won’t relax. Then it’s off to dreamland.

  5. Aniela R. says

    After teeth brushing, we usually read a book, then say our prayers and I sing a special song to each of my kids before saying goodnight.

  6. Aniela R. says

    My favorite childhood bedtime memory is actually soon after we went to bed, my father would go downstairs and play the piano. I loved listening to the music as I fell asleep.

  7. Teresa Hoyt says

    In my house our routine is, bath time, story time, brush your teeth, tucked into bed, and a kiss goodnight! Thanks for the great contest!

  8. Jennifer Jozwiak says

    I don’t have any yet since I have a month to go before I have my little one but I hope to read to her every night before she goes to bed.

  9. Dianne Martinez says

    Oh, I am due next month this would come in handy and go to a great home.
    Thanks for the chance.

  10. Brian says

    We don’t have any bed time rituals yet. We are trying for our first child. Winning this would be a great omen.

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