A quick guide to surviving Daylight Savings Time with kids

Daylight Savings Time is Sunday, November 2nd. Set your clocks back one hour, and avoid the bedtime hassle with young kids this year!

(It took me and three other intelligent women about ten minutes to agree on how to approach a bedtime adjustment in the week leading up to Daylight Savings Time, so I’ll try to save you that time.)

Many a parent is familiar with the challenges that Daylight Savings Time present to young kids and their bedtime routine.

Our childless friends comment on how early it gets dark, or how light it is on their way to work, or how it’s easier to get up in the morning.

But we parents are figuring out how to navigate a new bedtime with a child whose inner clock has not changed.

Here’s a quick guide to surviving Daylight Savings Time. Hope it helps you!

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