The End of Daylight Saving Time: How to Adjust Your Baby’s Sleep Schedule

man-person-cute-youngThe end of daylight saving time means you get an extra hour of sleep which could mess up your sleep schedule.

When does it end? Sunday, November 16, 2016, at 2:00 AM
At long last, the completely unnecessary use of daylight saving time is over. For many students and adults across the nation, the end of daylight saving time is all but a blessing as they get to enjoy an extra hour of much-needed sleep. But some of you have babies that have strict sleeping schedules and falling back may throw everything off. Luckily, it happens on Saturday night/Sunday morning, so you’ll have a day to adjust before the work week commences. Here are a few tips on how you can adjust your baby’s schedule.
How to adjust your baby’s sleep schedule for the end of daylight saving time.
As with most things, it takes knowing your child to make the proper adjustment.
If your baby sleeps well and is adaptable… you may not have to do anything at all. If you’re lucky enough to have a baby that sleeps like a rock, then at the worst they may have a few “off” days, but since they are adaptable, they’ll likely get used it pretty quickly.
If your baby sleeps well and is not adaptable. . . The best way to go about it will be to start adjusting them before the time change occurs. Move their waking schedule 10 – 15 minutes each day before November 16, 2016. By the time the end comes around, they’ll have already been adjusted and won’t be too much of a bother.
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