Bill and Stacie Bailey have demanding jobs and an even more demanding family. Bill is a police officer, and Stacie teaches at the local elementary school. But when they return from long days on the job, the real work begins - raising Billy and Jadyn,... (more) ages two and six. ""Billy can be very sweet - then there's the devil,"" says Stacie referring to her son's epic tantrums. Daughter Jadyn, according to Stacie, is ""already hitting the moodiness of puberty,"" plus the youngster has a major sleeping problem. She sleeps everywhere but her own bed, preferring her parents' room or even the hallway floor! Will Bill be able to police his children's behavior? How can educator Stacie teach her children respect and discipline?