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Friday, November 27, 2020
How to Get a Bedtime Message From Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney Characters

How to Get a Bedtime Message From Star Wars, Marvel, and...

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Screenshot: Brendan Hesse (Disney) The Force only be with you if you go to sleep right now. For the next two weeks, you can call Disney’s Bedtime Hotline to hear bedtime messages from fan-favorite Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar characters. While the hotline is admittedly an advertisement strategy to push the company’s new bedtime-focused…
Relieve Bedtime Has Problem With a Wind-Down Duration

Relieve Bedtime Has Problem With a Wind-Down Duration

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Photo: Shutterstock Sometimes, kids just aren’t interested in going to bed. You know they’re tired (they swear they’re not), you most certainly are tired (they sense your weakness), and you don’t want to fight this same battle yet again. If your kids are old enough to read on their own, you might let them stay…
Let Your Kid Stay Up Past Their Bedtime to Check Out

Let Your Kid Stay Up Past Their Bedtime to Check Out

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Photo: Getty Images My son logged a lot of reading hours over the summer, partly because it is his third favorite way to pass time (the first would be playing with a friend; the second would be any and all screen time) and partly because he was trying to earn a restaurant coupon. Our local…
A Warm Bedtime Bath Can Assist You Cool Off And Sleep Better

A Warm Bedtime Bath Can Assist You Cool Off And Sleep...

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Sleep scientists say the power of a warm bedtime bath to trigger sleepiness likely has to do, paradoxically, with cooling the body's core temperature. PhotoTalk/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption PhotoTalk/Getty Images Sleep scientists say the power of a warm bedtime bath to trigger sleepiness likely has to do, paradoxically, with cooling the body's core…
Inform Your Kid a Bedtime Story About Their Day

Inform Your Kid a Bedtime Story About Their Day

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Photo: Hero Images (Getty Images) On Instagram, Erin Loechner of the homeschool community Other Goose writes about a parenting practice I love: When tucking in your kids, begin with, “Once upon a time,” and then slowly narrate the day you spent together from morning until present time, e.g., “Once upon a time, Penny woke up…
A Guide to Handling Your Young child’s Night Disaster

A Guide to Handling Your Young child’s Night Disaster

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Illustration: Elena Scotti (Photos: Getty Images, Shutterstock Like many families with small children, we have a “witching hour.” Around 6 p.m., the toddler pulls out all her naughty tricks, the 5-year-old switches into turbo gear, my husband gets frustrated, and I am totally out of gas. We’ve had no choice but to come up with…
The Ultimate Remedy to Monsters Under the Bed: Farts

The Ultimate Remedy to Monsters Under the Bed: Farts

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For as long as kids have been scared of the monster hiding under the bed or deviously waiting in the closet for nighttime, parents have been trying to banish it. You may have first tried to reason with them. “There is no such thing as monsters, honey” is about as effective as saying, “Oh well,…
Get Your Kid to Remain In Bed With ‘The Bedtime Pass’

Get Your Kid to Remain In Bed With ‘The Bedtime Pass’

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Unless you’re one of those lucky few parents whose young kids live to sleep, you’re probably in the same boat as the rest of us—staggering through your days in a fog of fatigue, yet dreading sunset when the clock starts ticking closer and closer toward [cue ominous music] bedtime. Even if your kids don’t have…

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