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    Harvest moon, swap? I miss the days of kids sleeping in like that!

    My 4.5 year wakes up anywhere from 4am to 7am. The normal time lately is 6-6.30. Although she usually goes out to the lounge and turns abc4kids on until I wake up. She goes to bed 7.30 bu is rarely asleep before 9 or 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    Ds who is 4 in may goes to bed about 8pm and wakes between 7 and 8am (closer to 8) sometimes he might sleep in till 9 on the odd occasion. He has been like this for a while now.

    He doesn't usually have a day sleep
    This is my DD who is also 4 in May, although 90% of the time she does have a day sleep (doesn't sleep at preschool).

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    Harvest moon, swap? I miss the days of kids sleeping in like that!
    That would be good..lol. My kids both aren't morning people. I need to drag them out of bed each morning to make it on time to do school/daycare drops offs and get to work and tafe on time.

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    Between 7 and 7:30 generally.

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    mines closer to 5 and goes to school he wakes about 7ish

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    my girl is 4 in 2 weeks and is awake 5/5:30 every morning without fail and doesnt get to bed till around 11 every nite

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    Mine wakes at between 5 and 6am each day. He sleeps 2 hours during the day when at home, but not at preschool. He has always been an early riser.

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    Around 5am, a sleep in would be anytime from 6am. There was one day about 12 months ago when both kids slept in until 7:30. The house was all spick and span by the time they got up. I get up around 5:45 week days so I can shower and breakfast whilst DF is still here (otherwise it might not happen).

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    Glad to see I don't have the only early riser. Jealous of some of those 7:30 wakeups!


 

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