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    Default Daily routine for my 2 year old

    Hi im just wondering if ne one cud plz give me an example of a daily routine for my 2 year old daughter starting from when she wakes up most mornings between 5:00 and 6:30am. What i normally do just dsnt seem to be working to well nemore and everything is all over the place :-/ Any help will be muchly appreciated!

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    From what I remember, DD's routine was something like this at 2.


    7am -wake up
    7-30 -breakfast
    8am-9am -playtime with mummy
    9am-10am - dressed then freeplay (either id give her a few activities or she could potter round in the garden)
    10-10.30 - Morning tea
    10.30 - Go out (shopping/park)
    12.30ish Back home for nap time
    2.30- wake up and Tv time to come round.
    3pm -Afternoon tea

    Then it was all bit crazy till dinnertime, I could never set a routine for round this time because it always changed.Either we'd go out or someone would pop round or DH would come home early...

    6pm ish was dinnertime, then bathtime then in bed by 7pm sharp.

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    DS is 2 in a couple of weeks.

    Wake up: 6.30-7.30
    Breakfast and dressed 7-8
    8-9.30ish he potters around while i eat and dress and do a bit of housework
    9.30 out for the morning: shopping, pool, visiting friends, zoo, museum, etc.
    12 home for lunch and a quiet play before nap
    1-3 sleep
    3 up and arvo tea.
    3.30 Will generally go out again somewhere local. Playground or library or meet a friend for a local coffee. Fridays we have playgroup.
    5.30 home and a quiet play or a bit of tv while i get dinner ready
    6pm DP home and we all eat
    6.30 bath
    7 bedtime stories
    7.30 bed

    He goes to child care 2 days a week from 9-4 but the routine there is very similar.

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    6.30/7 - up
    7 - 8 play
    8 - breakfast (he hates eating straight away
    9 - out (beach, playground, nannys)
    10 - morning tea

    Then depending on how he slept the night before:

    11.30 - lunch
    12.30 til 2 - nap

    (if he's slept badly the night before he sleeps at 11.30 then gets up and has lunch)

    2.30 - dad home on a break so plays with him while I do chores
    4.30/5 - afternoon tea
    5 - 6.30 - independent play
    6.30 - dinner
    7.30 - bath
    8.00 - book boob bed

    He comes to work with me during the week and we have the same routine but breakfast is usually a bit quicker as we leave by 8.30 and the rest of the day is the same as I work as a nanny ...



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    DD is 2 in may. our days are:
    8ish wake/eat/dress
    830 leave the house
    9 toddler gym/creche/play in the park/swimming/playgroup morning tea
    12-1ish lunch
    1-3.30ish sleep
    330/4 afternoon tea
    630/7 dinner, bath
    in the night garden
    830/9ish bed
    dh has 9-4 weds/thurs and we only have one car, so drop off/pick up


 

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