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    All of mine are up by 5.30 latest (4am in summer with no daylight saving). Lucky we're all morning people, but I would love a sleep in until 6! All are in bed by 8pm latest (7 on school nights).

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    7-730 school days, 8-830 on weekends!

    I am cringing at these 4,5, 6 am wake ups!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    I am cringing at these 4,5, 6 am wake ups!!!!
    Same. I get cranky on the rare occasion one of my kids are up before 7. 7:30 is just so much more civil.

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    Between 5:30 and 6am
    We need to be at school at 8am.

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    When I'm not working, usually around 7, or a little bit earlier, but when I work, about 6/6:15.

    I don't mind the early waking, I like to get out and start the day. Today the kids slept until after 7 and we wanted to leave the house at 8 to go to the zoo, but we were running late.

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    DS is almost 4 and wakes at 5am - I cannot wait until this one day becomes 7am...ahhh the dream

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    My son is 3.5, and wakes between 7 and 8am, as he is a night owl.

    It's difficult on his daycare days (2 days). He will have to change his sleeping pattern for school though.

    Being pregnant and nauseous, I love the sleep ins at the moment.

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    dd1 is 4.5 and i usually have to wake her by 7.30. If she sleeps any later she will be up until 10pm... Three mornings a week we have to be out of the house by 8.15 so she needs to be up by 7.30 anyway. I'm still waiting for her to adjust to the routine (its been 18m now lol). She takes aaaages to fall asleep and aaaaages to wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sassy View Post
    All of mine are up by 5.30 latest (4am in summer with no daylight saving). Lucky we're all morning people, but I would love a sleep in until 6! All are in bed by 8pm latest (7 on school nights).
    My dd2 who is almost 6 & dd3 who is 3 are up no later then 5:30am
    My eldest dd who is 7 I have to wake at 7:30am for school though she loves her sleep just like mummy
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    Oh my little man loves sleeping in (if his little brother doesn't wake him first) he usually wakes between 8-9am, his bedtime is 7:30, asleep by 8pm and he doesn't have day naps. His brother on the other hand (2yrs) is up at 6am.


 

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