A: You definitely have your hands full. The three key things to a good night’s sleep are a set sleep schedule, a consistent bedtime routine, and being able to self-soothe to sleep. A good first step is to start having a set bedtime, wake time, and naptimes. It can take several weeks but doing so will help get them on a schedule. Second, institute a bedtime routine that is the same every night, such as a bath, pajamas, and reading a book or singing a song. A bedtime routine will send the message to your little ones that it is time to settle down and get ready for bed. Finally, all babies wake up multiple times per night. Whatever way a baby falls asleep is typically what he or she needs to return to sleep. Thus, the recommended goal is to have them each fall asleep in their cribs on their own. Start with just bedtime. Make changes as slowly or quickly as you want, so you can even begin by patting each of them to sleep in their cribs. After a few nights, sit halfway across the room. Continue to make small changes until each is falling asleep on their own. Consistency will be important!