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As a creative and a mother in Massachusetts has been hailed as a “genius” after successfully convincing their young children, in order to relax before going to bed, with a side-splitting trick, which has since gone viral on social media.
Jessica D’entremont’s daughters, Emma, 4, and Hannah, 3, were particularly riled up on a recent evening, as that is the age to start out with a brainstorming session on how to get them to simmer down to the bed, Fox 59 reports.
“We came back and they were running around, extra hyper, and I knew that the transition to a bed was going to be a lot of tears and meltdowns,” the Boston-woman, told me Today.
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Inspired, I Was told her daughters to put on their glow-in-the-dark Halloween pajamas, and lying still under a ceiling light and a “charge” of the outfit, and the trick seemed to be working like a charm.
“Are you looking for a way to be with your children[?]” D’entremont wrote in the Sept. 29 Facebook post, sharing an adorable photo of her daughter lying on the floor in their PJs, intently focused on the ceiling above them. “They can buy glow-in-the-dark pjs. Tell them that they have to be in the light to ‘charge’ it… and I’m not even sorry,” she added.
A lot of mom’s surprise, her wacky hack has become viral, with more than 207,000 likes, 124,000 shares, and tens of thousands of responses. Several Facebook users said D’entremont, a “genius” for an easy way to get money is to earn it. “5 minutes of peace as a beacon to young people, before going to bed.
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“I think it’s nice to have something to show, just, innocent, and playful, and relatable,” the woman told us of the incredible response to the stupid stunt. “What parent doesn’t want a minute’s silence? I don’t think anyone — parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, nannies and babysitters, teachers and anyone who is around kids that are like me.”
“Both of my daughters have sensory processing disorder, and I’m always on the lookout for ways to add peace and tranquility in their sensory diet,” D’entremont, who works as a nurse in the palliative care and hospice care, she told Fox 59.
“It worked out perfectly and they were so intent and serious that I had to use the photos,” she said.
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D ” Was detailed in an update of Emma, and what was more, later, attempted to “test” her trick, so she started to put on their glow-in-the-dark pj’s in their drawers during the day, they hide in the light, in order to improve the credibility of it is going to make a move.