Category Archives: Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Time: Help Your Child Easily “Spring Forward”

Spring Forward - Daylight Saving Time Made Simple


I love this time of year.  

It’s when the snow begins to melt, the flowers begin the bloom and the sun stays up a bit longer.  

We can finally put on our favorite Spring outfits (yes, I love my Easter dresses), eat yummy barbecue and FINALLY have some fun outdoors.  

However with all the fun March brings, when we “spring forward” I gets tons of calls from my clients wanting my tips to keep their child’s sleep schedule intact.  

Let’s be honest.  No one enjoys losing an hour of sleep.  It takes our bodies awhile to adjust and I don’t know about you but I can be a little grumpy during the change.  

The good news is the beginning of daylight savings time doesn’t have to be a struggle.  You can transition your child easily to our new time and keep them sleeping through the night.  With the 3 simple steps below, you’ll have your little one sleeping like a champ in no time. More

Help Your Child Adjust to the End of Daylight Savings Time Easily

Help Your Child Easily Adjust To The End of Daylight Savings Time

Getting your child to sleep through the night is no easy feat. You’ve researched websites or maybe even worked with me and you’ve FINALLY got your little one sleeping through the night.  Whoo hoo!

But just as your celebration begins, daylight savings comes to end.  The fun days of summer have flown by and the reality of fall begins to set in.  You can’t imagine going back to the way things were. 

You begin to sweat dreading the impeding changes to your restful night’s sleep.  You remember your pre-kid days when you would celebrate that extra hour of sleep.  Now it just seems like Mother Nature is taunting you.  More