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    Yep DS is up at 4:20 for the last week. But normally is 5am. I'd love it to be 6am. SOO over it! His room is completely dark and he's tired and cranky when he wakes...Soo hoping this is just a phase

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    DS and I were up at 3.20 this morning. Fun.

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    DD is up at about 5.15 every morning as soon as the sun comes up. She comes rushing into our room, pulls back the curtains and says "it's not dark anymore Mum, wake up!!" which is totally hilarious once I've wide awake, but getting frustrating. Especially now that I'm pregnant and seem to be tired 24/7!

    We find she doesn't wake up that early in our room because we're at the other side of the house and don't get the full sun in the morning, so I've resorted to her sleeping with us when we're really exhausted just to get that extra sleep. Not ideal, but it's working.

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    5.15/5.30 in summer for my two (they are 3 and 4)

    I hate it! I am NOT a morning person at all.

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    all mine are up by 6am df and i are up at 5am and ds4 usually wakes with us then the other slowly follow usually all up by 5:30 but the younger 3 go to bed at 7 and the older 2 at 7:30

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    True confessions.

    I got so over the 5.15 wakings I taught DD (3.9yo) how to turn on the tv by herself. We often wake up and she's been up for an hour and is fully dressed and entertaining herself.

    I feel kinda bad but she's happy and I've slept a little longer - particularly good when I've been up in the night with DS.

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    Sorry to crash this thread, but I take my hat off to you all! You all deserve a medal!

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    Sorry to crash the thread because my three all wake between 6am and 7am but I am 28 and I am a total morning person. There are so many times that I will wake for the day as early as 4am and I never sleep past 6am unless I'm sick.
    I remember getting up early as a kid and not being allowed to go and wake my mum up until 7am...my dad is a morning person too so if it was the weekend he'd be up and we'd do quiet things around the house until my mum and sister woke up. I don't think there's anything you can do to change it, just try and embrace it the best way you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lock and Lu View Post
    True confessions.

    I got so over the 5.15 wakings I taught DD (3.9yo) how to turn on the tv by herself. We often wake up and she's been up for an hour and is fully dressed and entertaining herself.

    I feel kinda bad but she's happy and I've slept a little longer - particularly good when I've been up in the night with DS.
    Hang your head in shame!

    I have been doing that with Dd for a while now... But then DS came along and its back to 5am! Must train him... Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lock and Lu View Post
    True confessions.

    I got so over the 5.15 wakings I taught DD (3.9yo) how to turn on the tv by herself. We often wake up and she's been up for an hour and is fully dressed and entertaining herself.

    I feel kinda bad but she's happy and I've slept a little longer - particularly good when I've been up in the night with DS.
    I love it! Too bad DS is too small to do this.


 

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