With schools closed for the remainder of the year in most states, parents are desperately seeking ways to entertain their young children. And more importantly, how to get them to bed. Fortunately, Disney is here to help!
Disney has recently announced the return of the Disney Bedtime Hotline. The hotline is a service to help parents get their kids to sleep at night with the help of their favorite Disney character. Oh, and the best part is it is completely free of charge. Therefore, there’s no excuse for parents to not provide this service for their younglings. Parents rejoice!
The Disney bedtime hotline was very successful last year. Fans around the nation are very excited about this. With the hotline, you will hear a special bedtime message from your favorite Disney characters. This includes Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck, and Goofy.
Disney Bedtime Hotline How To
To receive this service, simply dial 1–877–7-MICKEY. These calls are completely toll-free. While standard rates may apply if calling by mobile phone. Consequently, you’ll be directed to a selection of characters to choose to receive your message from. Then, just wait on the line while your selected character gives your child a goodnight message. Keep in mind, you can only receive one message per call. However you can always ring the hotline again if you have more than one child.
Currently, the service is only available in the United States. But get in fast. Because the Disney Bedtime Hotline will stop running on April 30th.
Kids need more sleep according to a study by the National Sleep foundation. They cite that children need nine to eleven hours of sleep per night. Furthermore, kids aged three to five require 10 to 13 hours including naps.
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