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Clocks Cahnged - Everyone awake early this morning??

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NKffffffffb5aed25bX124884563af Sun 25-Oct-09 09:12:42


I bet most of us were awake early this!

Anyone had any success in getting baby to change that hour? If so how did you do it? I put mine to bed later last night but made no difference at all.


Seona1973 Sun 25-Oct-09 10:06:12

I tend to move everything to the new time during the day i.e. have lunch and dinner at the usual times even though they have now shifted by an hour. Today we had breakfast at around 8am new time which would really be 9am old time. We will do the same for lunch and dinner and bedtime.

BiscuitStuffer Sun 25-Oct-09 20:03:11

Same as Seona - always change the clocks the next morning. I find it much easier to cope with a longer day than a shorted night!!

whomovedmychocolate Sun 25-Oct-09 20:04:42

No bloody idea, DS stayed up all night puking and pooping on me hmm

However they were all very happy to go to bed tonight because it was soooo late for them grin

It all works out three days after the clocks change anyway.

Bleatblurt Sun 25-Oct-09 20:05:52

Mine got up an hour LATER than usual. I'm not sure how that worked. hmmgrin DS3 (23 months) also went to bed an hour earlier tonight. I didn't do anything different I just have weird children I think.

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