Mom Buys Her Daughters Glowing PJ’s and Says They Need to Lie Still So They Can Charge

Jessica D’Entremont from Poughkeepsie, New York is a mom of three-year-old Hannelore and four-year-old Emma whose hilarious Facebook post went viral. Like most parents, she also struggles with bedtime, so she bought her daughters glowing pajamas and told them they need to lie still under the light to charge them.

“Looking for a way to keep your kids still? Buy them glow in the dark PJs. Tell them they have to lie really still under the light to “charge” them. I’m not even sorry,” D’Entremont wrote in her Facebook post. “To expand on the trickery, I’ve started putting the PJs back into their drawer when they get dressed in the morning… unexposed to light all day, they dim and do not glow in the dark when they tried to test me last night until they laid down again. Reinforcing the need to lie quietly under the light before bed.”

People loved her idea, and now her post has more than 220 thousand reactions, 72 thousand comments, and 135 thousand shares.

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