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Fall Back
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Children between 4 months of
age to about 2 years of age
will be most affected.

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It’s tough on everyone because we are
shifting our internal body clock by
more than 30 minutes.

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If your baby has too late of a
bedtime, this could be a good
time to make the shift.

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1. Add an extra hour of light in the evenings
Example: bedtime is 7:00pm- shift to 7:15pm for 2 days, 7:30pm for
2 days, 7...
Put your child to bed at the
“fall back” time
the night before.
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What ever approach you
use to make the transition,
allow 5-7 days to adjust.

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Only you know your child. Pick the
best way to make falling back an easy
transition for your family.

www.Loving-Lessons.c...
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Fall Back- Daylight Savings Tips- Loving Lessons Pediatric Sleep Consulting

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Help your child "fall back" to sleep with a few tips to make a smooth transition.

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Fall Back- Daylight Savings Tips- Loving Lessons Pediatric Sleep Consulting

  1. 1. Fall Back www.Loving-Lessons.com
  2. 2. Children between 4 months of age to about 2 years of age will be most affected. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  3. 3. It’s tough on everyone because we are shifting our internal body clock by more than 30 minutes. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  4. 4. If your baby has too late of a bedtime, this could be a good time to make the shift. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  5. 5. 1. Add an extra hour of light in the evenings Example: bedtime is 7:00pm- shift to 7:15pm for 2 days, 7:30pm for 2 days, 7:45pm for 2 days and then 8:00pm. 2. Add an extra hour of darkness in the mornings. By the time Daylight Savings arrives, your child’s 8pm bedtime will be 7pm again. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  6. 6. Put your child to bed at the “fall back” time the night before. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  7. 7. What ever approach you use to make the transition, allow 5-7 days to adjust. www.Loving-Lessons.com
  8. 8. Only you know your child. Pick the best way to make falling back an easy transition for your family. www.Loving-Lessons.com

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