The diaries show that kids and parents often view the utility and fairness of schedules differently. The commentary describes how a schedule can evolve. We offer general guidelines as well as specific considerations to be weighed for individual children, combined with suggestions for managing the complications of melding the requests of multiple children with the valid needs of parents for space and time. The chapter concludes with the pros and cons of examples of schedules that have worked for other families.
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