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Last month I booked a surprise vacation to Walt Disney World for Zion’s 5th birthday in December. My birthday is just a few days before his so this vacation is definitely a treat for me too! Anyone who knows me knows I live for spontaneous vacations and last minute getaways but I know that when it comes to Disney it’s a whole different ball game, I can’t just wing it I need a game plan and a good one at that so I’m planning ahead.
Since this will be our first time vacation to Walt Disney World as a family I want to make it as seamless as possible. Initially my husband wanted to wait until the kids were older but I’m much too impatient for that and besides there are a ton of things for preschoolers to do at Walt Disney World.
It’s always my goal to make family vacations special and of course memorable for everyone so I do my best to have a solution to any problem that I may encounter. Zion has sleep apnea and earlier this year he had his tonsils taken out to help alleviate some of the symptoms. Unfortunately bedwetting is a symptom of sleep apnea that we battle from time to time and in order to make this Extra Special Birthday vacation accident free I’m preparing early. I stopped by BJ’s to pick up some GoodNites Bedtime Pants because they are made with a quiet, soft fabric and they look and fit like real underwear. One out of six 4-12 year olds battle bedwetting and GoodNites provides protection when it’s needed most.
To lessen bedwetting anxiety during our vacation I’m making Zion a bedtime bundle.
The Bedtime Bundle is used to lessen bedwetting anxiety and get him excited about bedtime during our vacation to Walt Disney World.
The Bedtime Bundle is filled with things that help him get ready for bed.
In this Bedtime Bundle I included
-A cuddle toy
-A coloring book
-Stickers (He’ll get one of these each morning he wakes up accident free)
-Small notebook to write memories and draw pictures of his vacation each night (This turns into a really cool keepsake).
Other things to include in your bedtime bundle
-Anything that will help your child get ready for bed.
How to Make a Bedtime Bundle
-Fold the blanket in half and spread it on a flat surface.
-Layer the items in the far right side of the blanket.
My items went coloring book, pajamas, GoodNites, stickers, keepsake book, etc..
Layer the more bulky items toward the center.
Flip the bottom third of the blanket up
Flip the top of the blanket down
Roll the far right side of the blanket inward
Secure ribbon around the bundle
The most important thing is that the bedtime bundle should be filled with things to get them excited about bedtime.
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For more planning information for Walt Disney World, see the planning video below!