Well I couldn't even keep either of my girls up past 630pm last night despite my best intentions (might of been because it was a warm day) so we are very much back into the cycle of early morning wake ups.
Yesterday will probably be the only day that I had a luxury of a sleep in to 615am (and technically it wasn't really as I lost an hour) sigh.
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03-10-2016 10:27 #11
Daylight savings and toddler sleep
03-10-2016 10:56 #12Senior Member
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I should give an update considering I started the thread of course best laid plans got thrown out as poor DD came down with a cold yesterday afternoon
I woke her yesterday at 8:15 (so really 7:15 and normally wake at 7:30) and she had gone to bed 10 minutes early the night before. She then had her nap at 11-12 and 3:30-4:30 and bed at 7:30 but she was awake coughing all night so no idea if daylight savings had any impact!
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