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Saturday, 25 October 2014

Banish Monsters With GoGlow!


The cold dark nights are drawing in, And for many parent's this brings with it children not wanting to go to bed for fear of the dark!

A recent survey run by World's Apart on why 1,000 children are afraid of falling asleep, And in children aged under 5 years it's mostly because of the dark and the unknown within.

So how do you banish those fears? WORLD'S APART had this to say.

Seven in ten parents make a special effort to walk around their child’s bedroom to prove there are no monsters hiding.  With three quarters of children getting out of bed to seek reassurance from their parents, the survey went on to find night-lights were the most reassuring solution that helped stop scary shadows.
If you are looking for a way to ease your little ones fears of the dark, children’s sleep expert and founder of Millpond Children’s Sleep Clinic, Mandy Gurney has a fun tip to help: 
“If your child is afraid of the dark, offer them the reassurance of a night light to have nearby when they need it. You could even play hide and seek, in the late afternoon, using a GoGlow® torch, so they realise there’s nothing to be afraid of.
This October, GoGlow® is on hand to help banish monsters. A lighting range with extra sparkle, GoGlow® encourages nighttime know-how and its Night Bright range offers a safe and soothing 2-in-1 nightlight and torch that can be popped down for a night-long glow or lifted up as a torch.
When children are surrounded by their favourite character friends, scary monsters are a thing of the past, so if you would like to banish monsters try either Thomas the Tank Engine or Peppa Pig GoGlow Night Bright.

Explore the full GoGlow®  range at: www.worldsapart.com

We've been banishing monsters this week with the Thomas GoGlow Night Bright which retails at £22.99
It really is a great night light as it can be placed on the pod for a night long glow, It can also be taken off for a super cool torch, great for carrying when the child needs to use the bathroom during the night or simply snuggling up to as little Mr K does!


I like that the GoGlow Night Bright comes with a charger meaning no need to keep replacing batteries just charge it during the day and it's ready to glow all night!
Its super simple for children to use simply press down on it to turn it on/off it really is that simple.
I also like that they come in a range of designs so there's bound to be one to suit any child's preference!

Overall we feel this is a great night light perfect for banishing monsters..... or any other fears your little one may have at night!


So with that in mind how would YOU like to win a GoGlow Night Bright in your choice of design either Peppa Pig, or Thomas The Tank?


Follow the simple steps below for your chance to win.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

62 comments:

  1. My daughter didn't like spiders, so I showed her how the spiders catch the flies in thier web (on youtube) and how we don't like the flies and from then on she knows they do some good now :)

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    1. aww bless her, I too dislike spiders as does my daughter, thankfully my son's aren't afraid of them so they just grab some tissue or a stick and move them for us.

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  2. My daughter is scared of the dark I usuallly keep a light on out in the hall or her lamp in her room.

    Lynsey Buchanan

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    1. yes my lil Mr K is afraid of the dark so we kept the landing light on but this week he has been using the GoGlow it's been fantastic really works

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  3. My son wont let me turn the light off so this might just do the trick! xx

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    1. it's definitely great for kiddies afraid of the dark, my little man loves it. good luck in the competition

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  4. my son has bad night terrors and sleep walks his fear is sleeping in his room alone at the minute

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    1. bless him poor lil pickle, hopefully if you're lucky enough to win this will help him, good luck x

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  5. my son is afraid of the dark so have to leave his bedroom light on all night

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    1. seems many little ones have this fear, good luck in the giveaway

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  6. My son was terrified of wasps until he learned to stand still until they fly away, and seeing one caught and killed by a spider in a web

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  7. ooh i don't like wasp's either I remember being stung by one as a child.... not nice. good luck in the giveaway

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  8. not many yet, maybe a fear of not being cuddled or fed

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    1. bless how old is your little one? my youngest is 14 months and want's lots of cuddles when he's sleepy. good luck in the giveaway

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  9. He's only coming up to two and he's not scared of anything at the moment, he's getting abit screamy having bath time now so maybe he's scared of the water? Or maybe falling into the bath or something who knows?! We have a star night light for him at the moment this is soooo cute for him! definitely will be replacing! Thank you x

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    1. my 14 month old went through a stage of screaming at bathtime and trying to climb out but I got him a bath seat like this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003WP5OYM?ie=UTF8&tag=couintheuk-21 and I must say he now loves bathtime again, good luck in the giveaway

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    2. Thank you so much I'll definitely have to buy one to try it ! As I feel so bad for bathing him atm but he has to have one lol!

      Thank you :) x

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  10. My girls aren't really scared of much tbh! they used to be scared of the gardners as they were sat indoors one day and the guy passed by the window with the full head gear on but after a few times of getting the guys to take the masks off they were fine x

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    1. bless her I used to be scared of drills just the sound of them I'd run screaming. good luck in the giveaway

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  11. My daughter is scared of spiders so we try not to make a big deal over them

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    1. hmm I'm with your daughter on that one i don't like spiders eek, good luck in the giveaway

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  12. Spiders, my youngest has a real fear of them and runs out of the room if he sees one.

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    1. yep spiders are yucky things *shudder* I really don't like them either. good luck in the giveaway

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  13. Spiders , he cant stand them , runs away screaming , i am trying to teach him the are so little and harmless, ( hard work when i am scared too) xx

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    1. seem's a lot of little ones.. and big people too are afraid of spiders i don't like them either. good luck in the giveaway

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  14. My son is scared to be away from me at the minute, I try to reassure him but it's not really working.

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    1. how old is your son Hazel? many children go through this at some point its seperation anxiety, you are doing right to reassure him though. my 14 month old is like this at the moment, and can be difficult at times when you're trying to cook or such but I also just try to reassure him, and speak to him as I'm doing things and keep him engaged as much as possible.
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  15. My son is scared of talking stuffed toys and i try to explain to him that they are just toys and nothing about them would hurt him

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    1. bless him can see why they might be scary for some children, When i was pregnant with my youngest, somebody had given him a mickey mouse teddy that spoke, and it'd randomly go off during the night saying'come and play with me' eeek spooky lol
      good luck in the giveaway

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  16. our 6 year old grandson has a phobia about stickers so we have to make sure none get near him lol

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    1. That's one I've not heard of before bless him must be difficult when so many people ie dentists,doctors,teachers ect tend to give stickers as rewards.
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  17. my son has a phobia of spiders, (secretly so do i) but i showed him they were perfectly fine by being super brave and picking one up in front of him and showing that it did me no harm......made me feel awful inside but he didnt need to know that! now he is brave enough to scoop them up into a beaker to rehome outside, i have to be brave when he is around, but otherwise i can flap around when i see them!! lol

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    1. I too dislike spiders especially the big ones we were having this summer eek!
      Thankfully my sons aged 7 & 9 aren't afraid so they'd just get a stick or some tissue and move them.
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  18. Lovely giveaway �� perfect for bedtime

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    1. Thank you! these are fab Night Bright's
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  19. my daughter is afraid of the dark and always sleeps with her lamp on

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    1. seem's many children are afraid of the dark, good luck in the giveaway.

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  20. The noise of diesel engines, he is autistic. Ear defenders sometimes work, otherwise we have to try and avoid going outdoors at busy times.

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    1. Bless him I don't personally know your issues but my sister in law does, my nephew now 5 year old is severely autistic and attends a special needs school, he is almost non verbal and struggles in loud busy settings, but is the most amazing little guy x

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  21. My son has a thing about the "dark" so we leave the landing light on or a lamp in his room till he's asleep - then he's fine

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    1. many children fear the dark, and we also had to leave the landing light on for my 7 year old but I genuinely must say since using the GoGlow Night Bright we haven't had to as he loves his Thomas light.
      good luck in the giveaway x

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  22. my youngest daughter has always been afraid of the dark and we had to leave the landing light on until she fell asleep

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    1. THe dark seems to be the biggest culprit with little ones with many parents leaving the landing light on, the GoGlow Night Bright is really good for those with a fear of the dark.
      Good luck in the giveaway x

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  23. my daughter is scared of the dark, we keep the landing light on f

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    1. Bless her, so many children are afraid of the dark, and seems we all use the leaving on of the landing light, The GoGlow Night Bright really is a great alternative and fun for the kiddies.
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  24. I don't see my blog comment, so just in case I'm commenting again. I'm not a hundred percent sure if my son is afraid of the dark, but he definitely doesn't like when we turn the lights off. Which I take as a sign he doesn't like the dark.

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    1. Sound's as though he may well be, does he get upset when the light is off in other room's or just his bedroom? what is his age?
      Good luck in the giveaway

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    2. He is 2yrs old. Sometimes I can't tell if it's he knows that means bed time or because he wanted to be the one to turn off the light. It's for all rooms he gets upset about the lights being turned off.

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    3. bless him must be the dark then if it's all rooms, my 14 month old also gets upset when we go into our bedroom unless he's sleepy, as he associates the bedroom with bedtime.

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  25. My little boy is scared of the dark. We leave the landing light on until he has gone to sleep and tell him there's nothing to be scared of too x

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    1. Such a common fear and seems we all tackle it pretty much the same way, with leaving the landing light on.
      Good luck in the giveaway

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  26. My son isn't frightened of anything yet. He is quite daring :-)

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    1. That's a good thing ..... I guess unless he get's too daring! KIds are scary enough. Good Luck in the competition

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    2. Kim it's you! well done you've won your choice of a Thomas or Peppa Pig GoGlow Night Bright, could you please contact me on my Facebook or Twitter with your choice of character and details so we can get your prize out to you asap!

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  27. Because of mold all round the place we rent (the worst in what should be my sons room) and our landlord not doing anything about it, my son is still in our room at 2 years old. We are moving and my son is finally getting his own room but now hes scared of sleeping along. I am thinking something like the go glow would really help in the new house and new room.

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    1. Wow landlords can be so cruel, Bet they wouldn't want their families living in mould!
      I can understand your son's anxiety, After all he has had MUmmy there with him his whole life.
      Good luck in the competition

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  28. My daughter hates spiders and so do i, but i try not to show her my fear and carefully pick them up in a glass say goodbye to the nice (not) spider and let it go outside

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    1. I have done this a couple times but it takes all my courage as I too am afraid of spiders, I tend to get the hoover to them then worry incase they crawl back out.
      Good luck in the competition

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  29. My 2 year old twins are currently scared of the fireworks, we try to show them from the window that they are just pretty and reassure them at bedtime, but its a worrying time of the year for them :-(

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    1. Bless them, i recall my now 7 year old didn't like them one year he was petrified and I hated them because of it, but now he loves them.
      Good luck in the competition

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