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October 16, 2018
October sees the seasons change to Autumn which brings to mind gloriously blustery days, conkers, collecting acorns, the trees turning shades of crimson and gold...and of course the dreaded hour change.
Whilst childless people will rejoice and relish the idea of an extra hour in bed (grrrrr), those with little ones who already wake early will inwardly groan (and sometimes outwardly) at the thought of the clocks going back an hour. The thought of a 6am wake-up turning magically overnight in to a 5am wake-up is soul destroying.
We have put together a few tips which will help your bundle of joy adjust to the time change and minimise the disruption that pesky hour change causes.
N.B. For the benefit of these tips we have assumed a normal night as 7pm bedtime and 7am wake up. (Although we know all too well that this will vary massively-no two babies are the same after all!)
*Depending on the age of your child a trainer clock can help as this will visually represent whether it is time to wake up or stay asleep for little ones who can’t yet tell the time.
Shop ours here… https://purflo.com/products/snoozee-sleep-trainer-clock
Now is not the time to encourage new habits like feeding your baby back to sleep if previously they didn’t need a night feed. Short term gain might spell long term pain. Good Luck
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