Tips For Getting Baby To Sleep When The Time Changes ~ Pampers Giveaway


This weekend we get an extra hour of sleep. I don’t know about you, but that is cause to celebrate! 

Of course, with the end of Day Light Savings time I will have to deal with it being darker earlier (boo) and the kids being all of schedule for days (ugh). But an extra hour of sleep – that I will always take. 

By the way, this is officially your reminder to set your clocks before you go to bed on Saturday night. The time changes at 2 am Sunday morning. Don’t forget!

My girls are good excellent sleepers, even still I have to agree with the 52% of moms survey by Pampers who said their baby’s sleep patterns are thrown off when the clocks ‘fall back’ and Daylight Savings Time ends. Heck, my own sleep patterns are thrown off most of the time. 


Tips to help your baby adjust to Daylight savings changes from “The Sleep Lady,” Kim West.

  1. Make a point to slowly adjust your child’s bedtime an naptimes an hour earlier, just 15-30 minutes a dar for a few days before the time change.
  2. Make sure your children are well-napped during the day so when the time change takes effect having a latter feeling bedtime isn’t as much of an issue.
  3. To ensure that you children know when it’s time to sleep, rely on your established soothing bedtime routine. 

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#PampersSleepChat Twitter Party 

What – Twitter Party  to chat about how the end of Daylight Savings Time can affect sleep patterns and get tips on easing the transition from The Sleep Lady, Kim West.

When – November 7 at 9 pm EST

Who – To participate, follow your hosts @DoubleDutyDivas, @BridgetteLA, @CeceliaMecca @AngieKcom @WhatMommiesNeed @RamblingChick, sleep expert @TheSleepLady and our sponsor @Pampers.


Prizes –

  • 50 AMEX Gift Card, $25 Children’s Place Gift Card, Pampers product and book by Kim West
  • $100 AMEX Gift Card, Pampers Product, series of books by Kim West
  • $500 AMEX Card to purchase sleep items such as a new crib, video monitor, etc.

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This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.

76 thoughts on “Tips For Getting Baby To Sleep When The Time Changes ~ Pampers Giveaway”

  1. I haven’t done anything different with my daughter when Daylight Savings Time ends. Hopefully she won’t notice again this year!

  2. I usually don’t do anything different with my daughter since she is 11, but when my grandsons are here we will go to sleep a bit earlier usually a couple weeks before just to get them used to the changes.

  3. I didn’t do anything differently – they kind of adjusted on their own, except my 2 month old. She is still trying to figure it out!

  4. When my kids were younger I would put them to bed a few minutes earlier, let them take longer naps, or sleep in to help with the time changes. I know how it affects me and I try to make it better for them.

  5. We never intentionally did anything different. The kids just naturally started going to sleep a little earlier and getting up a little earlier.


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