We tent to start piling sweaters that will be stored on spring clean day. Sure is, this spring would bring lot of new memories and time outside with the little ones. If you are having concerns about how this time changing can affect your child sleep and how to be prepare for it, you are in the right place. Keep reading!
You basically have 2 options, and I would say given by your child own temperament. If you child is easy going and don’t get affected by daylight saving before, you can just go ahead and change the clock on Sunday night, and hope for the best next week. But if you know that he is sleep sensitive, and if you are late twenty minutes for bedtime that means crazy night, I suggest you go for a slower transition process.
Do the same with the meals, snacks and naps. That way you’ll help your child's mind and body to adapt better to the daylight saving time.
Psss.! Follow the same suggestions for yourself, it will help you too, plus is a good week to have a midday adult snooze!
Do you have any other sleep tip for spring sleep??
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Daniela S. Mendez
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