Daylight savings can sometimes disrupt sleeping patterns in young ones and while some children adjust easily to change, others need a little help – all children are different! Try some of the following tips to help your kids adjust to the end of daylight savings:
Young babies: Nothing much changes for young babies as they are still developing sleep and eating routines and will adjust when they are ready. Older children: You may have already noticed with the darker mornings that your children are already starting to sleep a little longer and as the days become shorter some children will naturally adapt very quickly to turning back the clock. Some children are regular as clockwork with their routines and they may find it easier to adapt to the change if there are incremental changes in their routine.
New Zealand has some of the highest food safety systems globally and everything possible has been done to ensure infant formula is safe from this recent threat. The risk of contamination is very low and we will continue to update any information as it comes out but please also check foodprotection. govt.