It is not unusual to have more than one prepositional phrase in a sentence. The general rule is that a prepositional phrase indicating time precedes one indicating location.
Wáng yīng cóng xiǎo jiù zài jiā gēn bà mā shuō zhōng wén ，suǒ yǐ tā zhōng wén shuō dé bú cuò 。
Wang Ying has been speaking Chinese with her parents at home since childhood, so she speaks Chinese quite well.
Wáng xiān shēng gēn lǐ xiǎo jiě jiāng yú xià xīng qī wǔ zài fǎ yuàn jié hūn ，tā men bìng qiě huì zài nà tiān wǎn shàng zài fàn guǎn qǐng kè 。
Mr Wang and Miss Li will get married at the court house next Friday; they will also have a dinner celebration at a restaurant that evening.
 Yip, P. C., Rimmington, D., Xiaoming, Z., & Henson, R. (2009). Basic Chinese: a grammar and workbook. Taylor & Francis.