Jennifer Garner Shares the Sweetest Things to Tell Your Child Before They Fall Asleep in Her Instagram Story

Jennifer Garner knows a thing or two about what it takes to raise a child. She’s a mom both on and off the silver screen, but she also keeps her social media active with heart-warming content. Garner shared the most endearing things people tell their child before they fall asleep. Here’s a look at what inspired the actor to bring this post to her Instagram story.

Jennifer Garner has 3 kids of her own

Actor and child activist Jennifer Garner at the Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards
Jennifer Garner | Amy Sussman/KCA2021/Getty Images for Nickelodeon

Garner and ex-husband, Ben Affleck, had their first child, Violet, in 2005. Their second daughter, Seraphina, was born in 2009, and their son, Samuel, in 2012. The couple announced their divorce in 2015, where they sought joint custody of their children.

Garner brings a certain love and charm to child activism in early education. She regularly takes to Instagram to share worthwhile causes and adorable videos. It’s a family-friendly social media account that simultaneously expresses Garner’s passion surrounding family life and kindness.

Jennifer Garner shared a wonderful post that highlights the sweetest things to tell your child before they fall asleep

Jennifer Instagram Story About What to Tell Your Child Before They Fall Asleep
Jennifer Garner’s Story via Instagram

Garner shared an Instagram post on her story that highlights what people tell their child before they fall asleep. The post walks viewers through an incredibly heart-warming and endearing collection of statements. It’s totally on-brand for Garner’s social media presence.

See below to see what each slide reads:

“I’m so glad I get to be your mom.”

“I love you as much as all the hairs on all the bears and all the sand on all the beaches. Sleep well. See you in the morning.”

“Repeat after me: ‘I’m a great kid. My mommy loves me, my daddy loves me, my sister loves me, my brother loves me. I’m kind, I’m smart, I’m a great kid!'”

“You’re in the world for a reason. You’re made of the same stuff as the stars, the moon, and the sun. I love you. See you in the sunshine.”

“You’re right where you need to be, right at this moment. You are loved. You are safe.”

“Love you always and forever no matter what.”

“Good night, sleep tight make sure your heart is right. I love you!” (Your heart’s right means: Is there anyone you need to apologize to? Is there anyone you need to forgive? Were you kind? Helpful?)

“You’re smart, you’re kind, you’re strong, you’re important, and what you have to say matters.”

The final slide encourages readers to share what they tell their child before they fall asleep, which also includes an assortment of heart-warming messages.

The actor is no stranger to bringing wholesome content to the silver screen

Garner has brought some very sincere roles that include her raising a child. Many audiences related to the actor’s relatable performance in 2007’s Juno. Garner plays Vanessa, the prospective adoptive mother of a teenager’s baby that she plans to give up for adoption.

Most recently, Garner played a single mother to a child named Adam (Walker Scobell) in Netflix’s The Adam Project. The loss of her husband, Louis (Mark Ruffalo), shook the family to its core and she fights to keep the family afloat. The film rightfully earned emotional weight with audiences around the world.

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