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    Default Who has a child that wakes up really early?

    My DS wakes between 5-5.45 am every morning. Slightly over it.
    And yours?

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    I feel your pain DS was up at 4.35 this morning- it is now 5.15 and he has already had a shower and is demanding weetbix. Zzzzzzzzzz.

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    4:30am here... It sux!

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    2 wake at 5am here I'm over it and soooo not a morning person.

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    Today was 5.15. Wouldn't have been so bad except he was awake from 12.30-2am as well

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    Yep, 5am here, asking for cereal.

    Annoyingly DD was up for ages during the early morning, so it's even worse

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    My oldest has been a 5-5.30am waker since he was born... the other two have followed suite... 6 long years we have been up between 5-5.30am *sigh*

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    DD wakes between 5 and 6. Used to be earlier when she was young!!

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    My two usually up between 5-5.30.
    I put blockout curtains up ... This morning was 630!!!!! Win! But gee I hope it wasn't a fluke.
    They go to bed at 7.30-8 so I think 11 ish hours is not unreasonable to a
    Almost two year old to achieve??

    I'd just be happy to see a 6 as the first number on the clock every morning!

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    Mine are up between 5-6 give or take. I'm lucky in the sense that they will play in their room for an 30-40min before wanting to come and wake me. During winter we get a little extra sleep.

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