My two toddlers love to play together. At bedtime, when we have them together for the quiet part of bedtime (pajamas, story, lullabies), they wind up bouncing off the walls. And the bed, each other, us, etc. This is okay at home, as they have separate bedrooms.
We're planning a trip for a few months from now, where the whole family will stay in one hotel room. So our children will have to be able to fall asleep in the same room as each other, and as us. Any suggestions for how we can prepare them?
The older child sleeps in a bed (on a mattress actually, no box spring or bed frame to break under the jumping) and the other sleeps in a crib. We will bring our own travel crib.
I've read most of the similar questions, and there's some good tips in those.