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How to prepare 12mo for clock change?

(6 Posts)
Dalesgirl16 Thu 26-Oct-17 17:25:26

Sorry if it’s a dumb question-I have brain fog!
What can I do if not too late to stop her waking an hour early on Sunday? Thank you!

SoupDragon Thu 26-Oct-17 17:28:03

Put her to bed an hour later? Although do it gradually over the next few days.

SoupDragon Thu 26-Oct-17 17:28:41

TBH, there are no fool proof methods, there's always a good dose of luck involved as to whether your child can be "manipulated" in this way.

Believeitornot Thu 26-Oct-17 17:30:10

Just carry on as normal. As you would yourself. You feel a bit out of sorts at first then get used to it quickly.

With my PFB I did overthink this. Now with my two dcs, I just carry on and might tweak meal times etc but generally they get through it in a few days!

Dalesgirl16 Thu 26-Oct-17 20:08:17

Sorry to be thick but when you say gradual do you mean work up to an hour later over few days

SoupDragon Thu 26-Oct-17 20:49:28


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