Bedtimes are a great place to begin because they include real rewards for your kids -- time you spend with each of them. That means kids will be more accepting as you introduce the new routine. You can explain to them that you want to make sure you get "quality time" with each of them every night. So let`s use bedtimes as our example.
What`s the secret of a routine that works for different
ages? Consider what each child needs to do each evening, because kids of
different ages do have different needs. There may be some activities
your kids can do together, but because they are different ages, they
will also be doing different things at some points. The good news,
though, is that your family as a whole can still have a routine.
Kathleen Notes: Super helpful article on a tough problem.
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