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April 22, 2012

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Great show. I completely agree on having a network of friends n family for help. These ideas help me with a 4 and 2 yo.
Routine. Whatever works for your family and schedule but have a "somewhat" consistent schedule. My kids behave better and are less fussy when they know what to expect.

Have little treats sprinkled throughout the week. For us, that means going to the library or park or the mall play area. It's burns off some of that energy and kids love the excitement of fun time ahead. There are tons of free activities, parks and local newspapers often list them in their Friday editions.

Check out your local library for free or discounted passes to local museums and concerts throughout the year.

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