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    DefaultTime change question

    Ok, Mambo was sleeping till about 7:30. Well now thats the time is changing. lighter ealier he is getting up earlier and earlier. Does this mean when the clocks go back he will want to be up at 5:30?

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    DefaultRe: Time change question

    wow, 730! good job mambo!

    i can't get theo to sleep past 630 usually.
    and yes, i'm dreading the time change coming up this weekend.
    for theo, i think it's mostly a function of his STOMACH rather than day light breaking as i think his tummy is tuned to eat at 6ish which with the time change translates into 5ish for me! YIPES!


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    Dreading time change too. Manteo is usually up by 6:30 at the latest, even on weekends. I'm sure she will adjust just like we have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybabymambo
    Ok, Mambo was sleeping till about 7:30. Well now thats the time is changing. lighter ealier he is getting up earlier and earlier. Does this mean when the clocks go back he will want to be up at 5:30?
    uh huh.... lol

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    Nellie is up between 5 and 5:30 every morning. The good thing is that with the time change she puts herself to bed earlier. LOL

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    I'm a little concerned about the time change too. Brigetta has already been getting up earlier the past few weeks. The last thing I want is a wet tongue on my face at 4am!

    Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence

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    DefaultRe: Time change question

    It is times like this I am glad AZ doesn't go on DST. We stay the same year round.

    Besides Cinnamon likes to sleep to much. The other morning I left for work and she was still in bed. Her normal routine is to drag herself out to the family room sofa and maybe outside before I leave. But not Monday she stayed in bed. My father usually gets up and hour or two after I leave for work and that is when she stirs her stumps.

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    We don't change our clocks here.
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    We change our clocks here but the dogs don't seem to care. They are adaptable. Its our rules not theirs...

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