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The importance of down time for families

What does your family calendar look like? Monday soccer and violin. Tuesday lacrosse and spelling bee. Wednesday night youth activities. Thursday meeting for mom and bowling for dad. Friday night school play. Saturday housecleaning and sports playoffs. Sunday visiting relatives. Then back to Monday, again?
Life can get crazy with a houseful of people trying to learn and be all that they can. As parents, you want to give them all the opportunities you can. But even good activities can stress families. Make sure to schedule in some downtime.
Who needs downtime?
Parents need it:

You will be a couple ...


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