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DS1 and the jetlag - how long will we all suffer?

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Californifrau Mon 15-May-06 15:13:43

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Californifrau Tue 16-May-06 02:48:19

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Alipiggie Tue 16-May-06 03:05:04

I just kept mine going until normal bedtime 7pm. The jetlag didn't last too long, couple of days maximum. The hardest bit was waking them up to get them to keep going until bath/bed time. I'm in Colorado by the way, so one hour behind you. So will always be online at this time. British too

koalabear Tue 16-May-06 04:15:43

agree will ali - just keep them going - and stick to your normal routine

ours adjusted in 48 hours

good luck

koalabear Wed 17-May-06 03:47:16

CF - how are son's adjusting to time difference today?

awayfromhome Wed 17-May-06 04:58:11

There is a theory that it is suppoed to be one day of adjustment for every hour time difference.

I fly a few times a year between London and Hong Kong with my 2 year old, it usually takes her about 3 to 4 days before she stops waking up during the night, and probably a week before things are totally back to normal.

Californifrau Wed 17-May-06 18:06:07

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Californifrau Thu 18-May-06 15:38:07

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Alipiggie Thu 18-May-06 15:51:19

I work on the theory that they like to get up so early here in the US as they love the life so much. 6.10 here so we're in the same boat. Mind you it's really hot here in Colorado at the moment and since my two ds's are scottish born they're not used to sunshine

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