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How to adjust your baby for daylight savings
How to adjust your baby for daylight savings

Every time it gets me…. I realize two days before daylight savings starts or finishes that I haven’t supported my babies through daylight savings properly. Ideally, you should start preparing them for it a week or so out, depending on their age and if they are good sleepers or not.

At the start of April we will be putting our clocks back an hour and getting an extra hour of sleep in the morning…. Oh no, that’s right, I have children…. it means the struggle of getting them to adjust to the new sleep times!

I have asked my baby sleep consultant, Kate Sommer, to help us with a few tips on adjusting babies sleep times depending on their age.

So here is what Kate suggests…

For babies 0-1 year; Adjust them 10 mins each day leading up:

 

 For babies 1 year and over; Adjust them 20 mins at a time:

 

Don’t forget to start adjusting feed times by the same time increments!

It can also be worth investing in some black out blinds! Even if you just use them for the first few weeks, while their bodies adjust. The lighter mornings can be confusing for young children who associate the sun coming up with it being time to get out of bed. Using black out blinds will keep their room dark. A gro clock could also come in handy here.

Hope this comes in handy, feel free to send me a message if you have any questions!

Natalie xx

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