Earl woke up at about 8am (adjusted time 9am) - normal time is anywhere from 6.30-8 so he effectively lost an hour, but we have kept him up, and have done Dinner, Bath and bedtime as normal and he was in bed for 6.45pm on the new clocks! I'm surprised actually lol.
Earl woke up at about 8am (adjusted time 9am) - normal time is anywhere from 6.30-8 so he effectively lost an hour, but we have kept him up, and done Dinner, Bath and bedtime as normal and he was in bed for 6.45pm on the new clocks! I'm surprised actually lol.
Ive kept his times as they were so just added on an hour to everything so he ended up in bed at past 7pm instead of 5.30/6pm and am now PRAYING that he will get up at 5am instead of 4am like normal and can keep to the later bedtime/getting up time.
I was so relieved as she woke up at 6.30 instead of 5.30 today. DH came down a few minutes ago, as bedtime took about half an hour tonight, which isn't too bad really. I think it should work out well. We nearly forgot to make dinner on time though, as it really didn't feel late enough!
Tobes was awake for two hours last night anyway, then we all woke at 630 new time, so 530 old time.... Which is normal. Because we had t go to work and he had to go nanny and grandad's for his day with them.
He apparently had a sleep for an hour about midday, which is normal (11old time).
We got home, and he went up with daddy at 645 new time (hour early to normal) cos I forgot about the clocks, so said it was bed time and he was asleep within 10 mins!!! Unheard of!
Will have to wait and see what he wakes up at in the morning,!
I've got pretty breezy about clock changes over the last few years! He got up at 7 this morning, doesn't sleep, still bashing around upstairs but we have to get up tomorrow because I've got work so that'll get his routine right!
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