Since daylight savings has finished here in New Zealand, we have noticed some distinct advantages, and some disadvantages.
The sun is now actually up in the mornings, instead of waking up to pitch black, which is a real plus, there is also some fantastic opportunities for moonlight photos... :)
However, Jono has no idea that the time has changed... and as such, his body clock also hasn't changed.
Let's go through a typical morning.
6:30am - Alarm goes off
6:31am - Hit snooze
6:32am - Start dozing.
6:34am - Jono throws our bedroom door open, races in and deposits an animal on our bed.
If it's the dog, she races for our faces wagging her tail madly, while Jono pronounces "She so wiggalish!"
If it's a cat, they still come for the face demanding that we pat them / rescue them from the mad child that dragged them into the room.
After fending off whatever animal has arrived, and gaining full consciousness in moments, Jono then asks loudly "Mum, can I watch TV?"
Now, we don't watch TV on a school day, so he is happy with that answer, but the whole sleep in opportunity has been destroyed... and he does this on a weekend as well!!!
I hope his body clock catches up to things soon, especially as we are about to be on holidays and a sleep in past 6:34am would be wonderful!