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November 1, 2019

We all remember the days—perhaps not so long ago—when the end of Daylight Savings Time meant getting an extra, glorious hour of sleep, thanks to the clocks “falling back.” But now that you have a baby or toddler, it’s not so simple. Little ones can’t sleep-in just beca...

November 1, 2019

(Updated and revised from an earlier post.)

On Sunday, November 3, 2019, at 2:00am we will “fall back” and set our clocks back by an hour. This means 2:00am will become 1:00am by the clock. The following are steps to shift your child’s body clock gradually 1 hour...

We know there are people out there who either just didn’t realize that the “fall back” DST transition was this weekend or who don’t feel like it’s a big deal (or who are too darn tired to care—hugs). However, it may become a big deal if your baby or toddler is up an ho...

We love these longer summer days, but it's also the season for early waking for many babies.  This infographic is a great starting point for some quick-fix ideas.  If you need additional help, try our more comprehensive blog on the same topic located here.

Most people understand that jet lag happens when you travel across time zones. We've worked with many parents who avoid travel in the first few years of their child's life just so they don't have to deal with jet lag. However, exciting weekend trips and late nights in...