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By John Broetje | Beds 101 | Dec 5, 2017
It can be hard to get your kids to fall asleep on a normal night, but Christmas Eve? Forget about it. Anticipation over a visit from Santa Claus, excitement about the soon-to-be-opened presents, lots of sweet treats, and a complete shift from their normal schedule can make even the easiest kid impossible to put to bed. On top of that, you’re probably feeling a lot less rested than normal. But all’s not lost. Here are five simple things to do so that everyone in the family can go to bed early and wake up feeling refreshed on Christmas morning.
Explain that Santa won’t come until they are asleep. When all else fails, pull out the big guns: No sleep, no Santa.
article source: sleep.org
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