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  1. It’s hard to overestimate how useful this post was for me!
    I’m constantly facing the lack of quality time with my kid, and it’s mostly about scheduling. The ideas of developing habits and using cards are very interesting, I’ll definitely try it.

  2. Wow. Your hiding the cards method is such a great way to make sure parents are getting some fun, unscheduled quality time with their kiddos. Really great tips.

  3. Elaina D'Agostino says:

    I appreciated learning that good quality connection time is enough to change a child’s bad mood whenever they are not listening or acting out. My sister does this by spending an hour asking her kids how their day went and what they wanted to do. This is also how she learned the things that they like.