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Category: Giving In
Does it really matter if sleep times move an hour to two? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. So think carefully before making an exception.
One of the benefits of maintaining predictable routines is that when they don’t work it’s a “red flag” that something is wrong.
It hits out of the blue. “I want jelly beans for dinner!” Or, “I don’t want to go to school today!” Perhaps more than a demand it’s a simple request, “May I sleep in your room tonight?”