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Kids (and parents) have a really hard time staying up late to ring in the New Year. Here’s an idea to include your little ones in the New Year’s celebration. Set all the clocks in your living room ahead by six hours. Do the traditional countdown but get last year’s countdown off YouTube. This is a good one. You need to start this particular video five minutes before your “midnight.” Everyone can get into bed before bedtime, including parents.

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