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Top 3 Tips for an Easy Daylight Savings Clock Change

Daylight Savings is just around the corner, and while it promises longer, sunnier evenings, it can also throw a curveball into your baby's sleep routine.

But don’t worry, I’m here to help!

In this blog, we'll explore three top tips to help your baby transition smoothly to the upcoming clock change. Plus, stay tuned for an exclusive offer at the end to book a free call with me to address your specific concerns.

Tip #1: Stick to Your Routines

A short, sweet, and simple nap and bedtime routine is your secret weapon during the clock change. It serves as a powerful cue to your baby that sleep is approaching.

It won’t work if you just do it once. Start today and do 15 minutes before every nap and 20-30minutes at bedtime.

Tip #2: Embrace Natural Sunlight

Natural sunlight will help your baby adjust to the new routine quicker. Ensure your little one gets plenty of sunlight exposure in the early morning and late afternoon to help reset their internal body clock.

Tip #3: Darkness Matters at Night

Your baby will feel tired at all the wrong times. Darkness at sleep time is vital whilst they adjust.

Consider investing in blackout blinds. Get creative with tin foil, cardboard, or dark coloured sheets to ensure the room nice and dark day and night.

With these three simple tips in your toolkit, you can make the transition to Daylight Savings easier.

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