I'm trying to, with minimal success. My best days are the ones when I can manage to really fluff the nest and minimize his stress. When things are more organized and there is dinner for him at the end of a long day, we're all in better spirits. That means the kids being actively involved, and is entirely idealistic.
In reality, we're managing just enough that for the most part everyone has something to wear and something to eat when they need it. In short, I think I stink at this.
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