The end of daylight savings is upon us when we will change our clocks back one hour. In Europe, the clocks change this weekend and for the United States (most of them), they will change on November 1st. For most people this means a baby, toddler, or child who wakes up a dreaded one hour earlier. This is especially painful when your child is already getting up at the crack of dawn! Most people don’t even get why we even have to change the clocks (Note: Nowadays, it’s to save energy).
You have three options when it comes to your child’s sleep and the end of the daylight savings. This year, I’ve had the pleasure to summarize your options on WorkingMother.com in Time Change Sleeping Tips. If you’d like more detail about how to handle daylight savings, please head over to MomCentral.com and read Saving Your Baby’s Sleep During the Time Change. Please take a moment to read over your options and feel free to post questions in the comments below.