Cyndi Jamison Kenrick wrote: We savor every last minute of vacation and sleep in! We don't miss an opportunity to NOT wake up to an alarm clock. They are tired for a day or two but adjust with no problem!
Stefanie Furge wrote: Change all the clocks in the house...just kidding!
And here's some advice from some experts:
Gradually reintroduce earlier bedtimes: Work towards getting your pre-teen to bed by 8:30. That gives them 30 minutes to fall asleep and 10 hours to sleep by the time they have to get up at 7:00 a.m. If they need to get up earlier, they should go to bed earlier as well. For teens, aim for a 9:00 p.m. bedtime—which means no more late-night TV watching. - Besthealthmag.ca
Look Beyond Bedtime: “If we approach sleep appropriately," Family psychologist David Swanson, author of HELP-- My Kid is Driving Me Crazy, says, "we look at a kid’s whole day. If you want your kids back to sleep on time, have dinner at a set time and limit the computer, TV, and video game time,” he says. “You’re not just trying to get them back to bed, but into a routine.” - webMD.com