When your children are young and you are in the midst of nap and bedtime schedules, it can feel like you are a slave to the clock. It’s true that kids thrive with predictable routines, but what happens when that routine is interrupted by holiday travel? Traveling to visit family at the holidays, perhaps across time zones, and sleeping away from the comforts of home can make it difficult to keep on a sleep plan.  Every parent needs to find the proper balance between sticking to a schedule and making the...

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Annie Wiesman

Annie Wiesman is the co-author of “Education Begins at Birth: A Parent’s Guide to Preparing Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers for Kindergarten.” She is a former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom who enjoys traveling, hiking in the mountains, and creating memories together with her husband and little girl.

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