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    I would say 8am.I think thats a reasonable time.My kids wake up at 5.30am
    I dont let them outside until 7am (in backyard) as I don't think its fair to be outside screaming and carrying on as they do,and annoying everyone.I try to keep them quiet TRY!! LOL
    Weekends its a bit later as everyone loves a sleep in (well except my kids!!)

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    Dd takes after me, she takes time to wake up lol she just relaxes watching cartoons while eating her breakkie. We don't get neighborhood
    Kids knock on the door yet. But I wouldn't want before 10 Unless it was pre organized.

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    6.00am was reasonable when we were growing up, but we had a 2.5 hour trip to get to school every day. It was usually still pitch black where we grew up. Fun times.

    Now? 8.00am?

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    It was about 7.30 for us to hook up with other kids back in the 80s but we never had to call out to anyone, most were outside at that time and the rest weren't far behind.

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    I would stick with the noise restrictions in your area before I let my kids outside to play...it's 7am through the week here and either 8 or 9am on weekends.
    To have kids knocking on my door wanting to play...not before 9am during the week, probably 10am on weekends. Sometimes we want to be a bit lazy and slow when getting ready and I don't want other peoples kids running through my house while I'm trying to shower etc.


 

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