Saturday, 25 November 2017

Win:Feather and down sleepy set and reed diffuser


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57 comments

  1. Stick to bedtime routines and rituals. A consistent bedtime routine, or a set of specific 'rituals' before lights out, will signal that it's time to sleep.

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  2. Stick to their usual tea and bedtime routine.

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  3. i just try to keep them occupied, a run round the park and then a xmas dvd :)

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  4. Keep to their usual bedtime routine so they are not over-tired. Have a nice bubble bath and read them a Christmas bedtime story

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  5. Limit the junk food and drinks - bribery to get to bed and sleep ! You'll be grateful come Christmas day and all the family will benefit!

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  6. let them be over excited, its blooming christmas the next day, that one day a year where they can get caught up in all the magic and excitement of Christmas. If its getting to crazy though, you threaten them with Santa not coming if they dont sleep!

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  7. Give them a small Christmas present to open on Christmas eve

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  8. Early pjs and get everyone snuggled up on the sofa to watch Elf. Never fails to keep us enthralled and feeling snoozy.

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  9. I don't have any children so no clue really. Only to say if they don't go to sleep, Santa won't visit!

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  10. brandy helps..lol. we let them open 1 small gift on eve..and prepare santas biscuits and reindeer food keeps them busy

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  11. A long walk on the local beach with the hounds

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  12. have a board game night and buffet

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  13. Lots of games and reminding them that Father Christmas is coming so they need to behave!

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  14. I don't have kids, but I remember when I was little that the only way I went to sleep was by my dad telling me that Father Christmas only comes once I'm asleep. It worked a treat for me!

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  15. Have a busy day (so they are tired) then hot chocolate, stay up a little late and bedtime story

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  16. Settle them down with a good film JB

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  17. Get them involved with some food prep for Christmas dinner. Even my 3 year old will be getting stuck in too.

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  18. We snuggle up with all the lights off and a good Christmas movie :)

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  19. bath and a bedtime story to help calm them down

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  20. Mine are teenagers & I am still seeking that tip!!! I even get excited & i am old!!

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  21. Stick a long film on and watch them fall asleep after five minutes.

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  22. That is a hard one, as I am just as excited as the kids! I try to tell them a couple of bedtime stories and hope that helps!

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  23. Stories about the 'naughty list'!

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  24. Try to get kids to bed early even if they take a while to sleep x

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  25. I've not yet had an over-excited child on Christmas Eve, but I think the Xmas Eve baskets would really help. I'm not looking forward to the struggles of getting an excited child to sleep!

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  26. Watch a DVD, read some books or make some gingerbread men to keep them quite and amused.

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  27. I think bath, low lights and lovely movie under blankets to keep things chilled.

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  28. board game in the evening followed by a Christmas film

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  29. A late night - it helps if they are tired.

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  30. We always go for a walk after dinner and then watch a DVD together.

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  31. We have a tradition that after dinner, my daughter gets into her pj's, we snuggle on the sofa and I read her The Night Before Christmas. After that we put out the mince pie, glass of milk and carrots for the reindeer, put some magic reindeer food outside to make sure they know where to come and then it's bedtime. A cup of hot chocolate helps to make her sleepy too.

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  32. Keep them entertained with board games (@PeanutHog)

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  33. a chilled film in pyjamas helps to wind them down

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  34. Lots of physical activities during the day + a walk on the beach well wrapped up usually does the trick!

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  35. A nice long walk and then home for a Christmas film and hot chocolate :)

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  36. watch a Christmas film, warm bath then stories before bed

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  37. Christmas film and hot chocolate before bed

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  38. Wear them out in the day then watch a Christmas film all snuggled up

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  39. We try and keep our normal routine but start a little earlier as always takes longer christmas eve

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  40. Hot chocolate & Christmas lights for supper.. glitter out for the reindeer & carrots & mince pies on the hearth..

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  41. I used to sit him in his new pajamas and slippers with a Christmas film and sweet minced tarts then prepare Santas tray and off to bed. - Michelle Wild.

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  42. keep to their routine as close as possible, get them to help to do stuff to try and keep their minds occupied

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  43. a christmas film

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  44. With my son I start winding him down at 5pm, we have a buffet while watching a movie and I make him up a Christmas eve box with new pjs and a Christmas themed bedtime story to settle down to.

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  45. A nice bubble bath, they must smell nice for Santa, watch an xmas film and hope they are tired after

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  46. Hot chocolates and board games then a cosy bedtime story!

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  47. plan a calm evening of board games and have a christmas story book ready for bedtime

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  48. A nice bath books and a warm milk

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  49. We do stories and bath before bed

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  50. Set the clocks at least four hours earlier (it's still dark) and tell them it's much later than it actually is!

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