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    Daylight saving and their schedule...

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    Giovanni is doing so good with his schedule at night and I'm so afraid that the daylight saving coming to an end might screw it over.
    What do you guys do? Adjust them with the new daylight saving schedule or adjust your hours?
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    I hadnt thought about that. I think Ill just follow his schedule. I do that for his bedtime already, he goes to bed anytime between 7:30 and 8:30 and wakes up anytime between 7 and 10
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    With DS, I just started keeping him up (or putting him to bed, since he's been through one of each change) an hour late/early and he would be waking up around his typical wake up time within a week. Good luck!
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    I didn't even think about this.
    I'll just let Baby G tell me what to do.

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    So when the DS comes to an end you will go down an hour? meaning 6:30 and 7:30 and then 6-10?

    That's what I'm thinking on doing cause I don't want to be changing his schedule every time daylight saving changes
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    I just keep their schedules at the same time as usual and they adjust to the hour difference either way pretty quick.
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    in our house it takes a few days for everyone to get used to it. I'll slowly change Saras schedule. Right now shes asleep for the night between 8:30 and 9 and wakes up between 7 and 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caimbrie View Post
    I just keep their schedules at the same time as usual and they adjust to the hour difference either way pretty quick.
    If I confused you, this is what I was trying to say. I just couldn't think of how to say it.
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    I'll still let molly dictate when she sleeps... She makes her own schedule and I follow it. She was doing really good about going to bed and waking up at the same time every day but this past weekend screwed her up so day lights saving doesn't matter anyway because she is still getting on track. I figure she'll find her own sleep schedule again.
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    Its never really bothered him before. He goes to bed around 8 so I will just keep that the same. He will adjust to the time change pretty quickly.

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