The nights are getting longer and it will be soon be time for the clocks to go back. On Sunday the 26th October 2014 lots of people will be making the most of an extra hour in bed. However if like me you have young children, rather than relishing the extra time you may be worrying about how the change will affect your child's sleeping pattern.
Getting children to bed is hard enough without having to cope with the clocks changing twice a year. Often they don’t understand why it gets light earlier in the morning and why they have to go to bed at a different time.
Below s a video that discusses bedtime routine research findings, conducted on behalf of
Sleep expert and founder of Millpond Children’s Sleep Clinic, Mandy Gurney will talk about the importance of wind down time and bedtime routines and the simple changes you can implement in the run up to the clocks changing so your children
How do you prepare your children for the clocks changing? Do you have any tips to share?