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For example, have one parent sit between two children. Or let one child sit next to a window for a while, then change. For a family day out, look for places that have things that both you and your child will enjoy — for example, a playground for your child and a coffee cart for you. Use music to change the environment on a car trip.
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You can play upbeat music if your child is bored, or soothing music when you want her to settle. This will give the older child some time playing with toys, undisturbed by a younger sibling.
Help your child choose and put away toys she might not want to share with visiting children. Here are some ideas: Encourage quiet, calming activities before bedtime.
Take your child grocery shopping after an afternoon nap.