7 Things to Ask Your Toddler at Bedtime

7 things to ask at bedtimeAhhhh bedtime.

It’s some parents worst struggle in the day. And many times I’m one of these struggling parents.

It seems like Noella and Eli like to pull some crazy stunts at night, right when my exhaustion levels are kicking in high gear.

Anyone relate?

However, I’m going to pull out a positive message here!

Bedtime can be a time for connecting with your little one and also setting them up for a good night’s rest too.

You can get their little minds flowing with positive questions and even get some giggles in before the end of the day.

Check out my list and write a comment with anything you can think of!

What was the most fun thing you did today?


Who do you want to spend time with tomorrow?


Can you think of one person we can help tomorrow?


What would be the most yummy breakfast you could have in the morning?


How many times do you think you smiled today?


What kind of dream do you think you might have?


Would you like to join me in a prayer?


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  1. Nice!! Some good questions there. My 2yo probably wudnt be able to answer many…but what I do is get her settled and then we go over what we did during the day – focusing on the positives. Then we say prayers and I sing to her if she asks for it. I find that little recap just helps to calm her down and sets the tone for bedtime. But deffo keeping these up my sleeve for when she’s older!!

    • Kate, Yes I agree! My daughter loves when I ask her silly things like what’s your favorite animal and food, and toy… A great way to laugh and wind down :)

  2. Great ideas!! I have a 5 year old so I usually ask him how is day was. We also take this time to read a book (I will read to him or he will read to me) we end with a prayer as well.
    Love these questions!!!

    • Hey Sierra! Thanks for the comment :) Yes, bedtime books are a must!

  3. These r great tips! My son is only 9 months but this is good to know for the future. Btw I Love ur white lace dress in the pic!

  4. Bedtime is such a precious time with your children where you can really connect and wind down from the day. These questions are great. My children are nine, five, and five mos. So reading a story is something I can do with all three of them. Sometimes we will read a bible verse and talk about it before we say prayers as well. Susie this is the first time I have seen your blog but I am a fan and by the way I love your outfit with the floral shirt and polka dot wedges.

  5. Love these! I ask a few of them plus prayer, but will definitely add the others. Thanks for sharing!


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