This time change was tough for everyone in our house.
R. woke up late the morning after we changed the clocks. So we figured since she had a late breakfast, we would have a late lunch which lead to no nap, a late snack, and a late supper. While we were eating supper R. decided it was time for bed. She started to doze off and since she is in a booster seat and not a high chair, it was like when you were in school with your head on one hand and would start to nod off. Slowly her head would drift towards the side, then she would catch herself and sit back up straight and within seconds it would be falling again. Poor baby. But of course we snapped a picture first before taking her out to snooze in my arms for a while before nebs and bed.
She did however sleep from right then until 8:30 am the next morning. After that, we were back to normal. So the time change was only tough for our little one for one day. Well more like from 9:30am until 7:45 pm otherwise known as the the shortest day she’s had.
And as for the rest of us, well we are still trying to recover from the time change. We are however enjoying the extra daylight in the evenings.