The Crazy-Hectic, Sour-Patch-Kid-Fueled Nighttime Routine of a USC Sleep Doctor0

Dr Raj specializes in sleep medicine at a top hospital, but at home his two young children are the boss, reports Prevention.

I get home from work around 6 p.m. and it’s already time to start bedtime for the kids. This begins with reading time. We strongly believe in trying to limit technology—that means TV off and no iPad. Even if the kids get a little upset, I know they will survive. We read with Aiden first, but it’s hard for him to stay seated for long stretches so he will often pace (and might even do some scripting which is a behavior that autistics kids do).

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