Bedtime routine for our daughter includes picking out clothes for the next day, specially selected taking into account the weather forecast and what activities will be that day. It also includes putting on pajamas, brushing teeth, reading some books, saying prayers, and getting tucked in.
And then I leave.
There are all kinds of other routines that I can only piece together by what I discover either when I go in as I head to bed in order to turn off a light that has been turned on or in the morning when she emerges from her room.
I know that there is loads of reading that happens by the stack of books I find her in bed with. This is nothing new and will (hopefully) continue for years on end, though the books will get longer so the stack for that night won't need to entail twenty.
There is also a new routine, one which I hope is short lived. She has been changing into her clothes for the next day before she goes to sleep. Her reasoning is that she is then all ready in the morning.
I'm not sure I want to know what she will think of next.