Have patience. Most adults take time to adjust to the time change, so a baby certainly won't be any different.
Now that we are on the other side of the time change, you can still apply principles of my Time Change Strategies (see http://babywisemom.blogspot.com/search/label/time%20change). Here are some key tips for making the transition as smooth as possible (if it wasn't already).
- Focus on metablism. The metabolism is a big factor in what wakes the child. If your child is waking at the same "normal" time, which is now an hour early, or just earlier than desired, work on shifting metabolism. If your child will stay in bed happily even after waking, leave him for about 15 minutes at first for a few days (or a week) to get him used to eating a little later. If he won't stay in bed, get him up but wait 15 minutes before feeding. Continue shifting until you are where you want to be. You will have challenges all day with metabolism. Keep at it and things will improve.
- Focus on the morning waketime. Bedtime is not the place to attack the time change. Focus on getting your morning waketime where it should be and the rest of the day should follow.
- Get a Consistent Schedule again. See this post for help getting back on track: Getting a Consistent Schedule: http://babywisemom.blogspot.com/2008/01/getting-consistent-schedule.html
- Don't change other things: Wait until your schedule is once again normal before dropping naps, dreamfeeds, feedings, etc. Once you are once again consistent, then you can start to change your other things you need to change. For example, I believe Brayden is ready to transition to rest time rather than nap time (yep, party's over ;) ), but I plan to wait at least one week before changing that.
Don't despair. It is normal to have disruptions this time of year. It is time to put some major effort into your schedule and get it worked out. You can get back to normal before too long.