Kids need a good night’s sleep so that they can wake up to productive, energy-filled days. However, according to a new study conducted by the GoodNites® Brand, most parents say it’s harder to get their kids to sleep at night than it is to get them up in the morning.
"I recommend parents develop a nighttime routine to help their children mentally get ready for bed," said parenting expert Judsen Culbreth, former editor-in-chief of Working Mother and Parent &...
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