How to End Bedtime Battles

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Bedtime can be a battle every night. The kids aren't tired, they're hungry, they have too much energy. In her new book, Rocky Ford Stories -- Sleepytime at Rocky Ford, local author Dianna Schneider, aims to help parents eliminate the bedtime blues and give mom and dad some much needed downtime.

Her Tips:
1. Establish a consistent bedtime habit.
2. Bedtime is the end of playtime.
3. Bedtime is "go to bed time" not necessarily "go to sleep"
4. RELAXED, CALM, and GENTLE adults -- but decisive, definite and insistent.
5. Include the saying, "I go to bed to get my rest, to make tomorrow the very best"

Upcoming Book Signings:

Upcoming Book Signings:

Saturday, Nov. 3
Blue Springs Art Council Gallery
At White Oak Plaza, 40 Hwy & State Rte 7 Hwy.

Saturday, Nov. 7
Chocolate Soup 4 Kids
Overland Park
6421 W. 119th Street, Overland Park, KS 66209

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