Daylight Savings-Tips for adjusting baby’s feeding schedule??
Oh the joys of daylight savings. You feel like you’ve just gotten into a rhythm with feeding and nap schedules and the time changes. Babies aren’t born with clocks, so they won’t know anything has changed. If your baby is under 3-4 months, continue to feed the baby whenever they’re showing signs of hunger. Watch the baby not the clock!! If you’ve gotten your older baby on a routine feeding schedule that’s working for you and you want to keep things around the same time when the clock falls back you can gradually shift them into the new time. Every day or every other day start your feedings 10-15 minutes earlier than the day before. Within a week you should be able to shift the feedings into the new time without such an abrupt change to your little ones system. ?
Learn more on our lactation consultant’s page: #GraceFull IBCLC Julie Matheney // @lalactation ?? Blissfully in dreamland // @desertmamaofthree