ATLANTA -- As you roll back the clock for the end of Daylight Saving Time, you may not be able to enjoy that extra hour of sleep if you have a baby or toddler at home.

A time change of even just an hour can impact your baby’s circadian rhythms and throw off, not only your child’s schedule, but your own.

Desperate for help when her son was born 4 years ago, Atlanta mom Katie Shell read everything she could about babies and sleep - and then, turned her new insight into a new career.

Now a certified pediatric sleep specialist, the mother of two offers advice to the parents of young children - and guidance for sleep-deprived adults, too.

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