If they’re young enough, you can make them feel involved without actually involving them at all.
Instead of taking candy from a baby, pretend to give it to them to get them to eat their vegitables.
Build your kids an epic snowman.
Use bubble wrap to catch your kids sneaking out of bed.
Or even better, a pseudo laser grid.
Fill up a glove with beans when you can’t find a comfortable way to comfort your child.
Make it really hard for your kid to find you during a game of “Hide N Seek.”
Use forensics to get your kids to fess up to the crime.
Don’t let your kid skip out on their daily exercise.
Start training them from an early age.
Use “The Elf on the Shelf” to discipline them.
Make sure they won’t steal again.
Honor the naughty list.
Make sure you catch their attention.
Keep the troublemakers on a leash.
Tell them daddy’s feet can phone Santa Clause.
If they stay still long enough, they make a great table.
Show them how ridiculous they look.
Get the tooth fairy to convince them to clean their room.
Show them how much you love them.
Teach them that you can’t always win at an early age.
Subtly ask them to start paying rent.
Betray their trust.