What is your bedtime routine? Does it work for you or do wish it was different?
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Angela
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Our bedtime routine with a 3 yr old, 2 yr old, and 10 month old:

5:30 Dinner

6:15 Bath time

6:45 Baby to bed

7:30 Brush teeth, prayers, and bed

I intentionally don't do any books, rocking, or anything before bed because I didn't want them being dependent on that.  We read during the day and they all just go to sleep once they are in their beds.  I love our routine.  Its simple and the kids know exactly whats coming!

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6:30 -dinner
7:30 -bath
8:30- bed time!
After bath time we try to keep it quiet, ill read her a book or something. Just to calm her down a bit.

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Bedtime routine for my baby twins include:

5:30 - Dinner

6:00 - A little crawling and family time (daddy gets home from work)

7:30 - Bath time (my husband and I team up: he gives the baths while I work with the clothing part)

8:30 - Hugs, kisses, prayers, turn radio on (baby Mozart), turn lights off, and zzzzzzz time!!!!!!!

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