Before kids, the end of daylight saving time was probably a welcome date — after all, it meant an extra hour of blissful, uninterrupted sleep! But post-kids? That extra hour can now mean cranky kids and long days of disrupted naps and bedtimes.
This year daylight saving time ends Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2 a.m.
We asked Family Sleep Institute-certified child sleep consultant Johanna Snyder, owner of Sleep Soundly Consulting, for some tips on how to adjust to the time change with as little disruption to our household as possible. Read her tips ... and pretty soon your family will be back to sleep. Oh ... that blissful sleep.