Now that the time has changed and the time has moved forward one hour, some of you still might be struggling. This is most commonly due to baby being overtired from the time change. I'm not sure about you, but I was EXHAUSTED on Monday. When my husband's alarm went off at 6 a.m. (old 5 a.m.), I was so tired! I dragged the whole day. I ended up having to wake my boys at 8 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. to try to get back to an earlier bedtime that night. My older son (who inspired this site) was SO
toddler daylight savings
The end of Daylight Savings is always the source of worry for many parents, especially when their baby is waking too early. I thought I'd take the time to tell you how ours went and see how yours went, too. Thankfully, our daylight savings went fairly smooth this year. I personally use option 3 when it comes to daylight savings in our house. My boys are just too unpredictable to use another option. On Saturday night, I put the boys to bed around 9:20 p.m. which was a little late for my 21
So, how did your time change go? Have your babies adjusted yet? I, the sleep obsessed, messed up my own children's schedule on the day after the time change. D'oh! Here's what happened... As expected, my kids woke up "one hour early" with the time change. Not a surprise because their internal clock doesn't know what our digital clock says, right? So, we went about our day and my goal was to put the boys to bed 1/2 hour later than their internal clock and 1/2 hour early on the digital clock.