Children at Home

Children need a bit of organizing too. Their days, their rooms, and their belongings. Help you child look forward to what is coming next.

 

The Importance of Routines

The Importance of Routines

timeAt 8:30 p.m. at the Osborne family house in Burlington, Vermont, an exemplary  bedtime process is underway. The three children are upstairs changing  into their pajamas, brushing their teeth, and settling into their beds to read. There is remarkably little protest or variation. “Bedtime is the one area where our routine has not wavered,” says mom Eleanor. “Since the boys were toddlers, we’ve been doing the same thing, and now it’s automatic. This is usually the calmest period our day.”