Time Change and Kids

Once upon a time, I used to look forward to changing our clocks back in the Fall. You got an extra hour of sleep on the day of the change, followed by several days when morning seemed to arrive just a little bit later.Unfortunately, a one-year old does not understand the concept of Daylight Savings Time. Despite my attempts to explain this phenomenon to Kieran, he refuses to accept that we changed the clocks a couple of nights ago. At 5:15 am this morning he was wide awake, rattling the gate at the top of the stairs and saying “Breakfast. Breakfast”.I have a feeling mornings for the next couple of weeks are going to be rough…

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