Daylight Saving Time: Here Are 3 Tips to Help Kids Adjust Faster to the Clock Change by Eirene Heidelberger
Spring is in the air, and along with that comes the shift to daylight saving time. If you're a mom who longs for their children's scheduled bedtime, you may be wondering how the one-hour spring-forward time change will affect your child's bedtime routine. Here are three tips to help manage the time change:
- Invest in blackout shades or blackout curtains for your child's bedroom. You may need to "fool" your child that it's time to sleep.
- Keep a consistent bedtime routine to help your child adjust faster. Whatever your routine was before keep on doing it – and close those shades!
- Patience, mama. It takes the body about a week to adjust, so if your child isn't her normal self, feel confident she will soon.
Plus, the great news is your family gets to "sleep in" on Sunday morning. Sure, it's a fake, but, savor it!
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