Though it usually takes people only a few days to adjust, Daylight Savings Time can throw your sleeping habits into a tailspin.
If you have small kids, it might be helpful to wake them a little later than usual. Then, gradually begin to get them up at their usual time.
In the evening, make sure the whole family gets out and enjoys the longer daylight hours. That additional activity could help you (and the kids) sleep better later that night.