Adjusting to Daylight Savings: Help Your Kid Spring Forward

Adjusting to daylight savings time can be difficult for young children … and their parents. As a parent, you have to convince your child to go to bed earlier, often when it’s still light outside. In this video, Dr. Jennifer Foersterling provides some tips and tricks for parents of young kids. Learn the best ways to help prepare your kid’s sleep schedule before the daylight savings time transition this year.

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