So anyone else here desperately keeping an overtired baby/toddler up in the hope they are not up for the day tomorrow between 4-5am?!?
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04-04-2015 18:14 #1
Early birds and daylight savings ending!
04-04-2015 18:21 #2
Well I tried but DH put our 2 yr old to bed early grrrr... ****ed off just a bit! Guess whos the one who will have to get up to him super early? Lol... I did try explaining he'll be up half the night now, or early. His response was oh don't worry we'll deal with it in the night,morning. In my head I shouted wtf I'll be dealing with it smart ****! Argh!
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04-04-2015 18:22 #3
We have tried that the last 3 nights but they still don't sleep in. Dreading tomorrow already!
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04-04-2015 18:24 #4
oh not I hadn't considered this!
DS has just gone to bed
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04-04-2015 18:30 #5
DH has just told dd it's bedtime and I screamed no!!
I'm working tomorrow as well so I'd hate to think being up with dd around 4am then leaving for work at 6am I will be exhausted
04-04-2015 18:54 #6
Luckily I have a night owl who has been going to bed at 10-10:30 everynight! Can't wait to put him to bed early!
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04-04-2015 19:15 #7
3 year old DD went to bed half an hour later so she won't be the problem but 6 month old DS might be up at 5am new time - god help me!
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04-04-2015 19:33 #8
Well just put dd to bed so let's see what time she wakes!!! She's usually asleep by 7pm at the latest, lucky we had visitors around to keep her entertained
04-04-2015 21:34 #9Senior Member
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I don't bother with any of that to be honest. You're not technically getting up earlier, you're just changing the clock. So if you go to bed at your usual time you'll still get the same amount of sleep even if the clock says it's an hour earlier. To me, who is so not a morning person and usually oversleeps, it means I get my day started an hour earlier without having to actually wake up earlier
04-04-2015 21:37 #10
I changed the clocks back after dinner. We went out to a club with a play room and kids went to sleep at 7/7:30 (so 8:30) and I've said they can get up at 6:30 for Easter!
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