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How to help kids adjust to the time change and avoid crankiness and melt-downs from being over-tired.

Helping Kids Deal with Daylight Savings Time

Did you guys know the time to adjust our clocks for Daylight Savings Time is once again coming up next week? It always catches me by surprise, which only meant a night or two of grogginess pre-kids but can now lead to some painful after-effects with the littles.

To help us all get prepared well in advance this year, I’ve compiled my top 6 tips for helping kids to deal with the time change for eHow’s Mom Channel.

Hope they help and happy weekend!

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