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Daylight Savings: Survival Guide

It's that time of the year again. If you're wondering how on Earth you'll survive, there's no need to panic. While it's true that daylight savings can disrupt your child's sleep, springing forward is an easier transition than falling back. Here's your guide to survive: Do a lot of things outside with your baby and older children. Being in the sunlight will help them sync their circadian rhythm to the new schedule. Prepare your child's bedroom for early sunrises and late sunsets. Get blackouts to avoid nap time and bedtime trouble. For little ones who are early risers: Don't change a thing! Your child will now wake up one hour later. You'll be able to continue with this schedule when time fal

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