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I have had 5 kids in five and half years. That means at home during the day right now I have a 4 year old, 3 year old, 1 year old, and 4 month old. That's a whole lotta kids... 


As you can imagine... routine gives us sanity.

Want your days to feel more predictable?

Struggling to find a good daily routine?

Want the kids to nap better, eat better, and be less fussy?

You are in the right place...

Rhythms, Routines & Schedules

30+ routines and printables! This is a must read for mothers of babies, toddlers, & preschoolers.

Chapters In the Book Include:

Section One: Sample Schedules


6 Weeks to 3 Months Old

3-6 Months Old

7-9 Months Old

9-12 Months Old

12-18 Months Old

2-3 Years Old

4-5 Years Old

                                                     

Section Two: Tips and Tricks


Tips for Managing the Day With Multiple Children


Daily Rhythms for an Only Child Ages 1-4 Years Old


Daily Rhythms for Multiple Small Children Ages 0-5


Sample Bedtime, Mealtime, and Playtime Routines


Tips for Keeping Kids Busy Throughout the Day

 

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Whether you have one 5 month old baby... a baby and a toddler... or a baby, a toddler, and a preschooler... Routines, Rhythms & Schedules will help you find a good routine that does the following:


- meets everyone's needs

- allows individual time for each child

- fits in napping

- helps children learn to play on their own

- promotes independence and contribution (chores)

- creates a peaceful home

About the Author - Rachel Norman, A Mother Far from Home


Hi, I’m Rachel, mother to 4 children ages 4, 3, 2 and 1. Life is a wild ride and around here we love swimming, glow sticks, eatin' grits, and riding in trucks. On my blog I share down to earth parenting tips for practical mothers.

 

About the Author - Lauren Tamm - The Military Wife and Mom


Hi, I’m Lauren, the mom behind The Military Wife and Mom blog, where I write on practical parenting, enjoying motherhood and navigating the ups and downs of military life. Struggling as a new mom and looking for a way to connect with others, I truly found my passion when I discovered no-nonsense ways to parent with purpose. I love helping others do the same.