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Developing A Back to School Sleep Schedule & Bedtime Routine

One of the biggest parts of getting ready for Back to School in the Larios house has to do with getting my boys back on a sleep schedule.

I've always been a stickler for any type of schedule for my kids; otherwise the days are just pure chaos. But as my kids have gotten older I've slowly come to my senses and let up a bit during the summer months.

Which have made for some great summer memories.

But with the school year looming, it's only a matter of time before my 8:30am wake up call becomes a 6:30am one and we will all have to be up, dressed, and semi-functioning before the sun.

(Just saying it makes me grumpy and tired).

So with that in mind there are a few things I like to do in advanced to ensure that our lazy summer mornings make a smooth transition into busy, routined ones; and getting onto a sleep schedule that fits our school day routine is one of them...

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