Spring Forward Time Change

Just as losing an hour was an adjustment for you and your family you can expect the same with springing forward! If you are actually looking forward to your child waking at an "earlier time" you can also expect them to stay up an hour later. If you would like to still enforce bed time at the same time you can start by waking them an hour earlier. However, take cautionSome people's internal clocks are so strong that no matter what time they wake up, they won’t get sleepy until their “normal” time. That means even if you wake your child an hour earlier, he might not nap early or go to sleep early at bedtime. Imagine you get up at 5 a.m. one day to catch a flight or to get to work for an early meeting. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you will go to bed at 9 p.m. just because you usually go to bed at 10 p.m. Another option you have is splitting the difference and waking your child half an hour earlier and move his schedule slower over the course of 2-3 days. Whatever course of action you choose know that some kids will just take a few days to even a week or longer to really adjust. Your best bet is to keep to the schedule you make

Saint Patrick's Day Party! Friday 3/17

Dates to Remember

3/10 - Fire Department Vists @10am

3/10 - ABC reader with Ms. Celena 

3/12 - Day Light Savings Begins 

3/17 - Wear Green to School 

3/17 - Movie Day 

3/17 - St. Patricks's Day Party 

3/24 - Pajama Day 

3/20 - First Day of Sprin 

3/31 - Cooking: Veggie Wraps 

Movie Day! Friday 3/17

Movie Day! Friday 3/17

Friday 3/31

March 3/24