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    No later than 9pm. He was up til 11pm last night which i wasnt happy about and he was up at 5am this morning.

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    It wasn't going to be much later than usual (6:30).But now we're going out.. So they may crash whilst we're out. (more than likely DD) but DS will probably last til we drive home, lol. Around 10pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seacretsquirrel View Post
    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 
    Ha ha this is exactly my post. I love it - grandma feels very important and I get a break! They will be off to bed about 7 after they are rinsed off from the beach. DD might awaken with fireworks at 9 though
    Last edited by Hannahly; 31-12-2011 at 11:17.


 

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