On Sunday, November 4th, clocks go back one hour when Daylight Savings Time ends, and as a result, we gain a bit of extra sleep. Obviously getting more sleep sounds blissful, but it’s not quite so simple if you have young kids. Parents often worry about how it will affect their family’s sleep and wonder when their child will adjust to the new time schedule. The good news is, that when it comes to both the spring and fall time changes, our body clocks will naturally adjust on their own. However, you may need to give your kids a bit of help, which will also make the shift that much easier.
The good news is our evenings are now getting lighter and spring is just around the corner. The bad news is it also means that Spring Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner. On Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 a.m. we’ll all put our clocks forward one hour once again and if you are a mom who finally got your baby or toddler on a sleep schedule, the upcoming change can feel like a nightmare.