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    Default How early is too early for neighbourhood kids to rock up?

    What would you consider a reasonable time in the morning for kids to knock on the front door or call out at the window?

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    On a weekend anytime after 10.30am.

    During holidays, probably 10.

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    Lol hmmm I used to go next door at like 8! And she's still my best friend 22yrs later!

    However I was part of the family so to speak. I wouldn't let my kids out to play till probs 9:30

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    I tell them 7.30 to give dd time to have a shower, get dressed, have breakfast, make bed, all that morning stuff, but I find myself saying "it's too early, come back at 7.30" for about an hour, sometimes more. We are up at 5, but if dd has breakfast too much before 7 it throws out her day for some reason.

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    Anything before at least 9 I would find rude

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    Wow that's a bit rude. 7:30 is early enough!! I wouldn't let DD till about 9:30

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    After 9 ... I like my breakfast in peace and not having someone elses kids sitting there watching!

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    After 9.

    What sort of parents are letting their kids go knock on neighbors doors at 630 am?!?!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    After 9.

    What sort of parents are letting their kids go knock on neighbors doors at 630 am?!?!?!
    I was thinking the same thing!

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    For us, 10am! Maybe a little earlier in school holidays. (now that we have a kindy student)


 

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