NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Those across the United States lost an hour of sleep Saturday night, as clocks sprung forward for Daylight Saving Time.
The shorter nights leave more evening sun in the months ahead, when the weather warms and you want to be outdoors.READ MORE: Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccinations Suspended Across Tri-State As Federal Health Officials Investigate Rare Blood Clots
Be sure to set your clocks ahead one hour, and the FDNY suggests changing the batteries on your smoke alarms as well.READ MORE: Demonstration Protesting Shooting Death Of Daunte Wright Briefly Shuts Down Brooklyn Bridge
Losing an hour of sleep doesn’t seem like a big deal for adults, but for children, the transition can be more difficult.
Child expert Ingrid Prueher stopped by CBS2 on Sunday to share her tips on how to help babies and children adjust to their new schedules.MORE NEWS: Brutally Honest Post About 'Neurotic, Man-Hating' Chihuahua Up For Adoption In New Jersey Goes Viral
Click on the video above for the full interview.