Seriously, kid, you need to sleep.
It's been three nights since we got back to the East Coast from Japan, and the kid has not moved her sleep schedule hardly at all. What gives?
Flying from the US to Japan, she adjusted by the book: sleeping 6, then 7, then 8 hours each of the first three nights. But coming back, she's still all whack. She'll take one nap in the mid-afternoon, and we've been putting her to bed late (until 12, then 11, then 10:30), but invariably, she wakes up after a 2-hour "nap," ready to start the day, and doesn't sleep for up to three grueling hours.
Meanwhile, we're starting to adjust, our bodies are trying to adjust, and of course, we're up with the kid all night, or trying to coax her back to sleep in our bed, from the floor of her room, wherever.
My wife looked "baby jet lag" up on Google, and Daddytypes was one of the top search results. Which makes me want to sell the Google stock because--Earth to Google--we don't know what the hell's going on.
So I'm asking all you Asians, bananas and eggs included, what's the deal? If I'm cranky and skeptical of suggestions that start, "we went to England and..." apologies in advance; it's just my lack of sleep.