125 thoughts on “5 Fun Games That Make Bedtime Better

  1. Kelsey vinson

    We all sit in my bed and read a story then they all go to the bed as fast and they can. Whatever order thy got into bed is the order I tuck them in. lol they love anything that’s a race.

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  2. sherry blamer

    We brush our teeth. We cuddle and read a bedtime story, tuck them into their covers and off to sleep.

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  3. Kathleen Gereg

    Sleep time always works better with a story, no matter how small ‘boo-boo’ is. Mom’s soft, calming voice is the magic! Signed up for newsletter: ccroadhts@aol.com, liked on FB: Kathleen Gereg https://www.facebook.com/groups/powersweepers/permalink/1409045362466895/, Follow on Pinterest: kgereg https://www.pinterest.com/cloudb/, Twitter: @kgereg, Tweet: https://twitter.com/kgereg/status/860460477771599875, Shared on Goggle+ Kathleen Gereg, Follow on Instagram-geregkathleen.

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  4. Mary Wagenbach

    We first say prayers. Then read 2 stories. I spend a little time with each one rubbing their back/hair or else just laying beside them for a short time. Then I say goodnight and leave the room.

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  5. Betty Chiaramonte

    We read books before bed and give countdowns of how many more minutes until bedtime so they don’t feel like anything abruptly changed. I also sit with my toddler for 10 minutes while he starts trying to fall asleep.

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  6. Tiffany

    Routine is key. We do baths, get on pjs, read, brush teeth, turn on night lights and white noise, then go to bed

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  7. Samantha wojtusiak

    Our bedtime is better when my kids get time with their daddy, who is in the military so we only see him a few hours a week. It’s also better because of their sleep sheeps, they have slept with them every night since they were born, I cannot wait to get baby #3 stuff from y’all as well ❤️

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  8. Jennifer Sorenson

    They love my bedtime stories. There are 5 kids in our house so bedtime gets kind of wild but if it stays on track they go to bed great. This would help in our 5 family we hav 3 that still get up at night, this may help one of them, thanks for the chance!!

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  9. Mary Wagenbach

    Why are my comments still awaiting moderation? I did all my entries on May 5th and 7th. Just curious.

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  10. Kristina Payne

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  11. Jill Jackson

    I have a baby app on my television that plays lullabies and uses low light colors for a soothing effect and it works wonders

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  12. olga p

    We read a bedtime story, sing a lullaby, lots of hugs and kisses and say goodnight to all the toys.

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