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    Default kids bedtime NYE

    when do ur kiddies go to bed on NYE?

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    We are going to 9.30 fireworks then home with family - My dd is 4 so I will let her stay up as long as she wants. She is a night owl so will prob outlast me...

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    Probably normal time tonight as we're now staying home as I'm sick.

    If we were going out or had guests, then maybe 10pm or whenever he crashed.(he's 3)

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    Normal time (which is 6.30-7). We are going out to celebrate (just at a family members house) but DD's are only little still so don't really get what the fuss is about and will be tired. Plus it is a lot easier to relax and enjoy myself if i am not chasing after 2 over tired little people.
    When they are older i will let them stay up but not yet.

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    my younger 3 will go about 8 and the older 2 will go about 10

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    DD is 5 and DS 2.5 and they will both be in bed at normal time. My parents are coming over for wine and nibbles so the kids excitement will be Nanna putting them to bed - cause neither of them want s bar of me if Nanna is an option 

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    We're going to a BBQ/party at the SIL's and staying the night, so I'll probably let her stay up until I'm ready for bed unless she crashes out earlier. She's very difficult to get off to sleep in a strange place especially if there is something more exciting going on. In saying that I think I'll struggle being up later than 10pm so probably around then

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    We are going to take DSD4 to watch the fire works at 9.30 - so by the time we get home it'll be about 10.30 ish

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    I will let them crash whenever they want- could be 7.30, could be 12.30. It's only one night and we won't be home, there will bencher kids running around.... As long as they are behaving don't mind them having a late one (they are 4 and 18 months).


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    when ever they crash which will probably be around 9ish for dd2 (3) and 10ish for dd1 (5)


 

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