On Sunday, daylight saving time ends, which means you should set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. If you have kids and hope to enjoy an extra hour of sleep, you might want to manage your expectations. Young kids tend to follow their bodies' clocks, not the ones on the wall. But there are some things you can do now—or even in the days after—to help kids adjust.
If you can, start your bedtime routine an hour earlier in the days leading up to the time change. Don't make a big deal out of it—just finish up your afternoon activities earlier, eat earlier, run the bath earlier and read bedtime stories earlier.