A Bedtime Easter Egg Hunt

Any excuse to get crafty with bedtime routine and I’ll take it! If I can make going to bed more fun for my kids and yours, well why not? The holidays are the perfect time to get the glitter and glue out and this Easter is no exception. When you think about Easter and fun what automatically comes to mind? An Easter egg hunt of course!

Displaying your child’s bedtime routine in a fun and creative way can help make bedtime a little less tricky and a lot easier to follow for your little one.  I found this amazing egg wreath and turned it into a fantastic “bedtime routine clock.”


I used festive Easter stickers in the Easter eggs instead of the usual chocolate. It’s never a good idea too add chocolate to your little one’s bedtime routine ;-).


As your child finds an egg and a sticker they can place it on the next bedtime routine step once you have completed it.  It can be a fun adventure for them and it can get them to bed with a smile on their face and no battles for mom and dad. Make sure you start the hunt early enough so you’re not cutting into bedtime and have fun!



Alanna McGinn is a Certified Infant and Toddler Sleep Consultant and Founder of Good Night Sleep Site – a Global Pediatric and Family Sleep Team. She provides free child and family sleep support through her FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. She invites you to join her sleep community as she works towards Good Night Sleep Site’s mission of a healthier rested family unit. For more sleep tips please visit Good Night Sleep Site.

By | 2018-04-16T13:58:10+00:00 March 28th, 2014|Bedtime Routine, Kids & Crafts, Toddler Sleep|0 Comments

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Alanna McGinn is the creator of The Good Night Sleep Cleanse and Founder of Good Night Sleep Site a family sleep consulting practice helping babies to adults sleep better. Alanna and her global team are working with families to overcome their sleep challenges. You can follow her expert advice on The Marilyn Denis Show, The Goods, and Your Morning, and national publications like Today’s Parent, Maclean’s, Prevention, and Huffington Post. Alanna strives in helping families and corporations overcome their sleep challenges and have happy well-rested smiles in the morning.

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