This weekend, we spring forward one hour and that means later sunsets…it also means, messing with kid’s body clocks. Check out some of these helpful tips to make sure things go smoothly.
According to the Better Sleep Council, half of all American parents say daylight saving time affects their kids; more than 29 percent report it’s more difficult to get children to sleep after the time change. That’s because if you’re trying to put them to sleep at their normal bedtime, it feels one hour earlier to them because it is one hour earlier.
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