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Kids won't go to sleep? Have Disney give them a call

Disney's new hotline will have Mickey and other characters tell your kids it's time for bed. [Disney.com]
Published Aug. 9, 2018

Parents who are struggling to get their kids to sleep after they're told to may have a new solution.

Have Mickey Mouse tell them.

Disney is now offering a special through Aug. 31 that will enable parents to call a free bedtime hotline and have Disney's most popular characters tell their kiids it's time for bed — in the gentlest of ways.

"Hiya pal, I am sure glad you called," says an automated Mickey on the hotline. "It must be getting close to your bed time. By now you must have brushed your teeth and gotten into your pajamas. Pluto and I just brushed our teeth, too."

Parents can also choose to receive messages from Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy.

The number to call is (877)-764-2539, or 877-7-MICKEY for memory's sake.

For more information, go to the Shop Disney website..

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