How to Survive Daylight Savings with a Baby or Toddler
Featuring tips from the real parents of ergoPouch
We have reached that time of year where the mornings are dark and the sun sets by 6 pm. While it seems like you’ll be getting one extra hour of sleep, it's very likely your little one will be wide awake at 5 am.
While moving the clock back one hour is something that makes us sleepy for a couple of days, our adult bodies adjust to the change reasonably quick. It can take toddlers and babies a little longer to get back into the swing of things.