Kristen Bell revealed that the two daughters she shares with husband Dax Shepard have “graduated” from sleeping in their bedroom.
“Congratulate me. We did it,” the actress, 42, joked to E! News Sunday.
“They now sleep in their rooms on beds next to each other and they cuddle with each other instead of us.”
Bell and Shepard previously revealed that Lincoln, 9 and Delta, 7, used to sleep on a “three-sheet mattress” on their bedroom floor.
The ‘Frozen’ star first spoke about the co-sleeping lineup on a February episode of Shepard’s ‘Armchair Expert’ podcast.
At the time, she shared a story about the 47-year-old actor who accidentally filled their OOLER mattress with a protein shake instead of water.
Bell clarified on Sunday that she and Shepard went to sleep later than their little ones when they were all sharing the space.
“We don’t want to go to sleep when they want to go to sleep, so we would connect our headphones to the television via Bluetooth, put on a show and they would lie on the floor, trying to fall asleep,” the “Good Place” alum explained.
Bell added that she and the “Parenthood” alum give the sisters melatonin to “take out faster.”
The “Veronica Mars” star told Parents magazine earlier in March 2018 that her youngest daughter “decided to stop sleeping” — so Bell and Shepard started locking Delta’s bedroom door.
“I’m sorry, I know that’s controversial, but we… stand outside and say, ‘We love you, we’ll talk to you in the morning, but now it’s time to sleep.’ And after about 10 minutes she settles down,” she explained.
Bell went on to say that she and Shepard “obviously” unlocked the door for their own bedtime.
Michigan natives have made headlines in the past for their parenting decisions, from waiting for their kids to “stink” before bathing them to letting them drink non-alcoholic O’Douls.