It’s here! Spring has sprung and summer is almost upon us! The good news is that you no longer have to wash thick woollen jumpers and wait for days for them to dry. The bad news is that daylight saving often brings with it a host of sleep problems as little ones struggle to adjust.
If you’ve got your children on a tight schedule so that everyone can get out the door in the mornings, daylight saving can mean some rather ugly tantrums as you struggle to wake, dress, and feed everyone an hour earlier than their bodies are accustomed. What’s more, that loss of sleep can be even tougher on your children come six o’clock. Read more