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Thank you for all of the suggestions--all great ideas. Things do go better when we get out more and have more planned activities, such as crafts. An earlier bedtime would definitely help. DD's late bedtime is part of the problem. She often is up until 9 or 10 pm and then I feel totally exhausted and like I have no time for anytime. Tonight DD went to bed by 8 pm, which is very unusual, but I feel much better. How do you get your kids to go to bed by a certain time? Bedtime is an area I feel I don't do very well.
A wife and forever in love with J - Mom to 4 girls K '01' J '06' M '08' & A '11'
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