Happy March, Baby Sleep Site® readers! If you're anything like me, you're eager to put February behind you. All that snow and ice and biting cold make the shortest month of the year feel like the longest, in my opinion. (Of course, if you're reading this from a tropical location right now, and freezing cold wasn't part of your February, then I have only one thing to say to you: invite me over next February? ;) ) Now that we've entered the month of March, we have something besides ice
baby sleep time change
In the Fall, I start getting Daylight Savings questions up to a month prior, but not in the Spring. Ironically, before you have kids, you look forward to Daylight Savings in the Fall because we gain an hour, but in reality, it only means your baby will wake an hour earlier (gasp!). This week Daylight Savings starts and we "Spring Forward" which means most of us are looking forward to our children sleeping in, even though we lose an hour. Unfortunately, it also means your baby's sleep can suffer.