Getting both kids to sleep in on weekend mornings is nothing short of a miracle. If one decides to stay in bed, the other must naturally bound out of her room with a bundle of energy. And no matter how many times we tell them to stay put, arming them with plenty of books/games/bargaining deals (“if you stay in bed until 8, you can watch SpongeBob in the morning), like so many parenting moments, our words appear to fall on deaf ears. Just in time for the return of Daylight Savings comes an adorably clever time-telling tool that just may do the trick. The BabyZoo Sleep Trainer is a smart clock that, at a quick glance, lets kids know whether or not it’s time to be up and at ‘em. Designed in the likeness of a precocious little monkey, Momo keeps his eyes closed when a child should be sleeping and opens his eyes when it’s time to wake up. Sleepyheads who want to take a sneak peek at those passing moments will have no trouble distinguishing hours from minutes, as Momo’s tummy is an old-fashioned analog clock and there’s a smaller digital clock at the top. Older kids will like the cool jungle-sounds alarm (in lieu of a harsh, buzzing sound) that can be turned off on weekends, school breaks and any day they can sleep in. How about giving it a try (yawn) this weekend or, better yet, tonight?