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Can you spot the sleeping tot? Solving this brain teaser is as difficult as getting a real baby to sleep

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© Mirror Oh baby! The latest puzzle to send the internet into tizzy is certainly not child's play ...

The image features dozens of wide awake tots but can you find the only one in the land of nod?

The puzzle was created by to keep mums and their children busy during those sleepless nights in the lead up to Easter.

Siobhan Freegard, founder of said: “ Easter should be about new beginnings and feeling invigorated - but mums and dads across the country report feeling quite the opposite!

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“The heady combination of the clocks going forward, lighter nights, school holidays and children tucking into chocolate treats means Easter is the trickiest week for getting kids to sleep in the entire year.

Credits: Blend Images © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Blend Images “So see if you can spot the sleeping baby in the puzzle with your children. They may just take the hint, close their eyes and drift off to sleep.”

A whopping 85 per cent of mums claim their child’s sleeping patterns take a turn for the worse the week before the Easter bunny is due to visit.

And 70 per cent agree this time of year is one of the trickiest when it comes to getting their child to sleep well.

Going to sleep later than usual, waking earlier than normal and getting up more frequently during the night can all be expected over the next week.

The study of 1,000 mums of children aged six and under shows on average children lose just under two hours sleep each night the week before Easter.

© Getty As a result, half of mums admit to feeling ‘exhausted and irritable’.

A quarter say their relationship with their partner suffers this week as they don’t get enough sleep, while a third claim they are less productive at work.

But 62 per cent of mums tough it out and say they get used to the sleep exhaustion.


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