2020年3月7日 星期六

Prevent Garbage Daylight Saving Sleep

Plus, coronavirus myths and truths and more.
A roundup of new guidance and stories from NYT Parenting.

Daylight saving time arrives at 2 a.m. on Sunday, which means longer days and a potential sleep disaster for kids. We asked Dr. Craig Canapari, director of the Pediatric Sleep Center at Yale-New Haven Hospital, for advice on how to ease the transition, and got some good news: “If your child typically gets up at 5:30 a.m. and you are not happy about it, just wait until after the clocks ‘spring ahead’ and she begins magically getting up at 6:30 a.m.”

As coronavirus continues to spread around the globe, we’re answering the questions on many parents’ minds, including what to know if you’re pregnant and how to identify treatment myths . Plus, Mary Pembleton investigated whether elderberry can actually treat the flu in kids, and Clint Edwards wrote about how he and his wife finally made peace with the different ways they approach household chores. “Trying to force your spouse to do things the way you do them makes life harder, when marriage and family are already hard enough,” he said.

Thanks for reading!

— Jessica Grose, lead editor, NYT Parenting

P.S. Read Wednesday’s newsletter about why kids shun one parent for the other, and then tell us: what’s the most casually rude comment your kid has made? (You can find some inspiration on our Instagram.)

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How to Prepare Your Kid for Daylight Saving Time

If you need an alarm clock to wake up in the morning already, this one is painful.

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Pregnant and Worried About Coronavirus? Experts Weigh In

Can pregnant people pass the virus on to their babies? Should they avoid public transportation?

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Don’t Fall for These Myths About Coronavirus

Do you really need to stock up on vitamin C?

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Can Elderberry Treat the Flu?

It’s touted as a ‘miracle’ remedy for a variety of pesky winter bugs: colds, flu and even coronavirus.

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I Do Things Differently From My Wife. And That’s OK.

How she folds laundry bugs me, and how I bag groceries galls her.

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Have You Used CBD Oils for Your Child?

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Tiny Victories

Parenting can be a grind. Let’s celebrate the tiny victories.
I got to take a small nap while my 5-year-old drew a picture of me “sleeping.” — Mika H., Long Beach, Calif.

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