Keep Your Child From Leaving Their Room

There’s something so adorable about the first time your toddler comes out of their room after bedtime looking for another kiss goodnight.

It gets significantly less adorable when they start doing it fifteen times a night. Somehow, the charm just wears a little thin.

But how are you supposed to keep them in their room if they decide they want to come hang out after bedtime?

Well, the short answer is through consequences.

The long answer you can find in today’s video.

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