In Honor of Mother's Day, 4moms Announces America's Worst Sleeping Baby Contest

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$2,500.00 Grand Prize; all entrants win a Goodnight Sleep Trainer

One of the biggest challenges new parents face is getting their baby to sleep through the night

4moms, a Pittsburgh based company that creates innovative juvenile products, has announced a Mother's Day contest to find America's Worst Sleeping Baby, and reward the parents with a grand prize of $2,500.00 in cash.

"One of the biggest challenges new parents face is getting their baby to sleep through the night," explained Rob Daley, co-founder and CEO of 4moms. "In honor of Mother's Day, we decided to find America's Worst Sleeping Baby and give the parents $2,500.00 in recognition of their struggle. If your child is between the ages of 4 months and two years and has an impossible bedtime routine, won't sleep through the night in their own room or has any other challenges that you think qualifies them for the title America's Worst Sleeping Baby, we want to hear about it. Register on-line by following the contest link at http://www.goodnightsleeptrainer.com and tell us your story."

The Grand Prize winner will secure the title of America's Worst Sleeping Baby along with a cash prize of $2,500.00 for his or her family along with a free Goodnight Sleep Trainer, which is a hand-held electronic device designed to help parents teach their children good sleep habits. Plus, because Mom is a winner on Mother's Day, everyone who enters wins a Goodnight Sleep Trainer, which is valued at $29.95.

Child must be between the ages of 4 months and two years old. Parents can enter their child online by following the contest link at http://www.goodnightsleeptrainer.com/sleeptrainer/contest.php or by requesting a paper entry form by sending a self addressed stamped envelope to: America's Worst Sleeping Baby - Contest Entry Form, 4moms, 40 24th Street, 3rd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

The winner will be announced by May 31, 2009. Complete contest rules can be found online by following the contest link at http://www.goodnightsleeptrainer.com or requested in writing by sending a self addressed stamped envelope to: America's Worst Sleeping Baby - Contest Rules, 4moms, 40 24th Street, 3rd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.

About the Goodnight Sleep Trainer
The Goodnight Sleep Trainer is the first hand-held device parents can use to help teach their children to sleep through the night. Sleeping through the night is a learned skill that can be taught and pediatricians have long recommended sleep training as a way for parents to solve their children's sleep issues. Until now that has meant reading and following the instructions of a 200-400 page book - something that can be challenging and difficult to follow when it is 4:00 in the morning and your baby is crying. The Goodnight Sleep Trainer takes these proven methods and puts them in an easy to use hand-held device which guides parents though this stressful process. It also lets you upload your data to the web where you can track your progress online and compare your results to statistical norms.

About 4moms
Committed to making routine tasks easier for parents, 4moms is revolutionizing the juvenile products industry with dramatically innovative products. Market research that included a group of 5 moms with fifteen children among them led the company to focus on the juvenile products industry. By leveraging the declining costs of technology, the company is able to develop products that are completely unique and revolutionary, yet would have been cost prohibitive just a few years ago. Today, the moms are still involved in the research and the company has a team of fifteen robotic engineers and researchers (and parents to twenty-eight children), who are focused on applying new technologies to create award winning products that are intelligent and offer real life solutions for parents. For more specifics on all 4moms products, click on their website at http://www.4momsOnLine.com.

Kelley Denny/Lynn Seay, prwerks
Phone: 412-784-1719/352-9240

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