Friday, 3 November 2017

Lumie Bedbug Bedtime Nightlight Christmas Present Giveaway

We recently reviewed the Lumie Bedbug and it's absolutely excellent. Sleep optimised lighting for children, soothing them while they go through the bedtime routine and making it easier for them to drift into a high quality sleep.


My 7 year old loves his Lumie Bedbug because when he wakes during the night, one button click will turn on the nightlight and once he's ready to go back to sleep, he can turn down the light, set the timer and drift off before his room descends completely into darkness.


You can read my full Lumie Bedbug review here - we are still just as happy with it as we were when we opened the box. Although the recommended use is for babies and younger children, it's incredibly useful for anyone who is likely to wake during the night, or who has trouble settling off to sleep.


The Lumie Bedbug is really easy to use, with one button to turn on a timed dimmer - this is a great way to give a child some control over how they spend their time before closing their eyes. Even if they can't read a clock, they can see it is getting gradually darker and be independent about when it is time to stop reading, be calm and go to sleep.


The Lumie Bedbug bedtime nightlight is available to buy now rrp £59.99. You can find out more about the whole range of sleep-optimised lighting and place orders on the Lumie Website.

Last year we reviewed the Lumie Bodyclock for more grown up people - with a gradual dawn to wake you more naturally. You can find my Lumie Bodyclock review here.


Lumie have very kindly offered one of my readers a Lumie Bedbug bedtime nightlight as a prize in my Christmas Present Giveaways 2017. Entry to the giveaway is via the Gleam form below. Neither Gleam nor I store or pass on your details - I use them to check the winning entries and contact the winner and that's all.



The giveaway will end at midnight December 3rd to allow time for Christmas delivery. Open to UK entrants only, full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form.

If you are new to Gleam or to see my other Christmas Present Giveaways, please click here....

Lumie Bedbug Sleep-Optimised Bedtime Nightlight Giveaway

We received our Lumie Bedbug for review.

106 comments:

  1. We always have nibbles on Christmas Eve and watch a Christmas themed movie. Then we leave out some goodies for Santa and his reindeer - usually a glass of port or sherry ann a mince pie or cookie for santa and some carrots for his reindeer. The kids then go off to bed.....

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  2. We open one present on Christmas Eve and then we leave milk and cookies for Santa before going to bed.

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  3. They all get new pyjamas to wear and we always read The Night Before Christmas together before bed.

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  4. We always go to the panto on Christmas Eve

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  5. We put treats out for Santa and his reindeer

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  6. Usually early Christmas eve mass with all our family -party at one of our houses then home to bed to wait for Santa

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  7. We go to my mums house on Christmas Eve, go to the family service at Church, then back to mums for a steak supper, then we 'try' to get the kids to bed at a sensible time!!!!!

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  8. Make cookies for santa then sprinkle reindeer dust then leave out Santa milk and cookies and carrots for reindeer. Then we have a Christmas story.

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  9. we always read the night before christmas book a lovely way to wind down ready for santa visiting

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  10. We leave out a mince pie for Santa and sprinkle some reindeer food in the garden, then read a Christmas story before bedtime.

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  11. My friend lets her children order pizza for a treat & watch a Christmas film

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  12. Bath new Pjs from Xmas eve boxes loads of munchies and a few Xmas films then early bed so me a Santa can start building .x

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  13. Christmas eve is truly magical in our home, we always make sure we have new cosy pyjamas to wear, we have a hot chocolate with whipped cream, look out all of Rudolph and santa's treats then my little ones get to open one present from under the tree :)

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  14. I let my kids stay up to watch Christmas movies together.

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  15. The children get new pajamas and a new bauble for the tree. After a bath they put their new pajamas on hang the bauble and their stockings then we watch a Christmas movie before they go to bed

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  16. we always put out a carrot and milk for santa and rudolph

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  17. We always si as a family watching a Christmas movie while prepping the veg for the next day followed by bath, new pj's a takeaway then lay santas plate out and then hang the stockings up x

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  18. The kids are excited on Christmas Eve, we try to stick to a routine of bath and story and let them get up early on Christmas day

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  19. The children are allowed to stay up later than usual and leave out milk and cookies for Santa but it is difficult to get them off to sleep as they are so excited.

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  20. The kids are allowed to stay up for an extra hour to watch a film, then we leave out goodies for Santa x

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  21. We usually let kids stay up later in the hope they won't wake up so early but it never works. We eat treats and make Christmas decorations,leave treats for Santa and the reindeers

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  22. We let them put milk and cookies out before going to bed

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  23. We stay up a bit later than normal and watch a Christmas themed film to get in the spirit

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  24. we always watch a movie christmas eve and i let them stay up much later! we also bake a cake together in the afternoon, i really love christmas eve!

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  25. We have a picnic tea then movie with hot chocolate then to bed. Try best to keep bedtime the same too

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  26. this year is the first christmas eve that my husband has had off so we are going to watch a magical christmas show in our local wood before heading home to leave treats for santa and his reindeer

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  27. we pretty much stick to normal bedtime but watch a film in new pj's then leave out treats for santa :)

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  28. My children each get a Christmas Eve box with some sweet treats, new PJs and a movie for us to watch.

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  29. Same as normal, but with new pjs and we put out a plate for Santa and the reindeer

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  30. My girls have new Christmas pyjamas that they wear. Then we put out a plate for Father Christmas and his reindeers. Then we curl up in bed and read the book The Night Before Christmas. Then they put their stockings at the end of the bed, ready for Father Christmas

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  31. We normally have a special Christmas story and leave a plate out for santa

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  32. We leave out the plate for Santa, but to be honest, it tends to be rushed because I've normally got some last minute present wrapping to do.

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  33. Watch a xmas film like Polar Express.....

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  34. We always open one present each on Christmas Eve, (which is new Pj's and slippers) then we wear our new Pj's, stick a Christmas film on with lots of nibbles, hot chocolate with marshmallows, then we leave out a mince pie for Santa, a carrot for the reindeer and milk.. then we go to bed all snug and warm.

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  35. We always go and watch my daughter dance at the Hippodrome Circus in Great Yarmouth on Chris eve then drive around the village looking at the Christmas lights

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  36. We leave santa and rudoplh a glass of milk and a biscuit !

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  37. My children always have a Christmas Eve box and then they sprinkle reindeer food out so Santa knows where to come excited for this year as my youngest will just be one so it's all fun again other two have lost the feel of Santa 😫

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  38. We don't have any traditions YET! I'm keen to start making some this year. Autumn was too young last year, but as she'll be 15 months this year she'll be able to understand things a bit better :)

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  39. we try to keep them as on the go as possible t help tire them out so it`ll be a little easier to get them to bed on the evening

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  40. first we try to exhaust them by doing something outside as a family, then they get new night clothes, and put the plate out for santa

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  41. We always leave milk and biscuits, plus carrots for the reindeer

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  42. We put out milk and cookies for santa x

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  43. Milk and mince pie for Santa and carrots on the outside of the front door for the reindeer

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  44. It's my little one's first Christmas so we haven't really set traditions yet! I'm hoping to carry on my childhood traditions of new Christmas Eve PJs, mince pie and carrots for Santa and reindeers and an early night!

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  45. a Christmas film and leave a mince pie and whiskey(!) out for Santa - then they place their pillow cases somewhere in the lounge and toddle off to bed where they go straight to bed and don't get up until 7:30 haha

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  46. Xmas eve is about new cozy pjs, famiyl board games, xmas music and xmas stories of santa delivering presents :D

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  47. We always visit family and christmas eve for a party so my little girls bedtime routine is alot later than normal x

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  48. we all have matching pyjamas and then we leave carrot mince pie and milk out then giggle all night waiting for santa x

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  49. My two get an xmas eve box, in there will be xmas pj's a film, sweets and a few activities to keep them busy for half an hour! My youngest, who still believes, gets a drink and treats for santa and they reindeer before bed. I like to see the kids wake up in their xmas pj's on xmas day.

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  50. Matching pj's, polar express with hot choc to drink, carrot and mince pie left out for the big man and Rudolf, sprinkle some reindeer dust on the lawn and hang stockings on our beds. It's by far the best night of the year and I can't wait

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  51. on christmas eve we do bath time, new pjs, watch a christmas movie with munchies, leave out food for santa and rudolph and then ready a christmas book whilst all tucked up in bed

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  52. Our kids have grown & live nearby, so our xmas eve is last minute wrapping & preparing to visit the grand sons xmas morning.

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  53. We are rubbish, we just try not to mention that it's Christmas eve too much and play it down so they don't get too excited. Strangely, it worked much better when they were younger.

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  54. I make christmas eve box for my daughter with nibbles, books, dvd and games, she stays up late expecting to see santa but eventually she goes to bed.

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  55. book bath bed , we love party food for tea , nice and fun x

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  56. we keep to the same routine as much as possible, but have a christmassy story at bedtime and then hang the stocking up for Santa and a carrot for Rudolph!

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  57. we go to there nans and she lets them open the presents of her

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  58. me and my son get new pjs, dropped off by the elves, we snuggle down with a hot chocolate to watch the snowman, we then head off to bed where we do some shared reading.

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  59. Always got to have Roasted Chestnuts on xmas eve!

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  60. My boy's nearly just 3, so this is the first year I think he's going to understand the excitement... but since he was a baby his dad has read him 'the night before christmas' as his bedtime story on Christmas Eve, so that'll continue (for as long as he lets us!)

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  61. We go out to a dessert shop and have waffles and ice cream before going home and putting out food and drink for Santa and rudolph! I have 6 children and they are off to bed nice and early on Christmas Eve! I can't wait for Christmas.. its magical in my busy happy house! Thank you! This looks a brilliant prize!

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  62. He's only 2 so we're just finding what works for us, but we went to the beach for a walk last year and he loved that and it tired him out so we'll be doing that again!

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  63. We have baths, watch a xmas movie then bed..

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  64. we have to put out all the treats for santa we make earlier that day, sprinkle out some maic raindeer food and put out our stockings before bed x

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  65. We like to snuggle up with a hot chocolate and watch some Christmas films before tucking up for sleep

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  66. We open a present on Xmas eve and always get a new set of Pjs x

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  67. New PJs & treats for Santa & reindeers. Then more frenzied wrapping!

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  68. we stay up a bit later and watch xmas films and track santa

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  69. well this his firs christmas where he actually understands the concept but we'll probbaly keep it similar just with christmas books instead

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  70. I did track Santa one year but my daughter couldn't get to sleep for trying so since then we've been more relaxed. We hang out a stocking and a sack and put a plate out for Santa (but it's for her younger cousins' benefit now)

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  71. Normal bedtime as usual no big hype as none of us will get any sleep!

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  72. PJ's, Hot Chocolate and a movie. Then leave out mince pie, milk and a carrot then off to bed to wait for the man in red :) x

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  73. New pyjamas, and a Christmas eve box with a dvd and some sweets

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  74. We always let them open one small pressie as a taster and leave out the carrot and milk for santa before a book and bed xx

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  75. Bath,New PJ's, watch a Xmas film, let him have one small (cheap) present to open. Mince pie for santa,then read book to try and help sleep then sneak out of his bedroom when sleeping.

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  76. A nice warm bath new pj's and a Christmas Film with some chocolate. Its always a late night waiting for kids to go to sleep

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  77. we put a tray out for Santa with a carrot for rudolph x

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  78. We bake sausage rolls and watch a Christmas movie in new PJs

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  79. Christmas dvd and always read The Night Before Christmas when they are in bed.

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  80. They open their first Christmas presents - pyjamas - then, to bed ready for the big day!

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  81. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

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  82. Xmas film and and xmas treats then bed

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  83. Its all a bit hectic, madness with 4 excited kids haha but i love every minute of it :) they get new pjs xmas eve and we snuggle up watching christmas film with hot chocolate before i attempt to get them into bed!

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  84. My grandson leaves treats out for Santa and his reindeer and reads christmas stories.

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  85. We normally watch a Christmas film before bedtime

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  86. Watch Elf, bath, PJs, book, bed, screaming at first light.

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  87. We leave Santa his mince pie and milk on the fireplace

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  88. We leave our sacks or boxes for Santa to fill, then some delicious food an drink for him and Rudolf and then spend about 3 hours getting up out of bed to check if 'he's been!!'

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  89. Early bath and straight into new PJ's, then we snuggle up and watch a film before leaving a mince pie and milk for Santa and a carrot for Rudolph next to the fireplace. Say goodbye to the elves ( they hitch a ride back to the North Pole with Santa ) and off up to bed.

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  90. We have a finger food tea then read a christmas story and leave out food for santa before hanging the childrens stockings

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  91. I make a nice meal and a homemade trifle and then we watch a Christmas film and put out some mince pies and carrots for Santa before our son goes to bed.

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  92. Sophie Marie Cartwright18 November 2017 at 12:21

    I love xmas eve! We leave some treats out for santa, hang the stockings, have natchos & cheese & then snuggle up to a Christmas film!

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  93. Leave a mince pie for santa and carrots for the reindeer

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  94. My grandchildren love to snuggle up & watch Xmas films then leave Santa & the reindeer a snack & drink

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  95. we watch a Christmas movie until 9pm then they leave cookies and milk out and go off to bed

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  96. My little man is usually raring to go to bed because he can't wait for Father Christmas to come...then , inevitably, he will get up again because he can't sleep for being too excited! We like to read the Night Before Christmas, leave treats for Santa and hang our stockings.

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  97. We put our Santa stop here sign in the garden, have a hot chocolate watching a Xmas film in our pjs then have a Christmas bed time story.

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  98. My children are older now so no special traditions are followed but when my youngest was small he insisted on a glass of milk & a mince pie for Santa and a carrot for Rudolph.

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  99. We always have pizza and family film night on Christmas Eve, early to bed for the long day ahead

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  100. WE open gifts of new jammies and books, then get ready and snuggled on the sofa with hot choc to read and relax before bed.

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  101. We hang up the stockings and leave milk and a mince pie for Santa and a carrot for the reindeer.

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