On Sunday March 9th at 2am, Daylight Saving Time begins and the clocks turn ahead one hour. This means that it becomes darker in the morning temporarily and lighter in the evenings. Children who have good sleep hygiene and are generally easy going when it comes to schedules may adjust fairly easily in just a day or two. Other children who are more sensitive to change in schedules may have more trouble adjusting. Regardless of how your child might react, you can follow these 5 easy tips shared by Jenn Kelner, Certified Child Sleep Consultant and Founder of BabyZzz, to help your child adjust to the beginning of Daylight Saving Time.