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Focus on Balancing It All
March 2016 | Issue No. 119
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Keeping to a routine may sound like an impossible task when you are overwhelmed with balancing a constantly changing schedule for multiple members of your household. However, even a small routine can make a big difference — especially during particularly difficult times of day, like bedtime. It’s comforting for kids to know what’s next in their day, even those things they don’t like.  Here are some tips for starting routines in your home.
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By: Claire McCarthy, MD, FAAP
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