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    All my kidlets are awake between 7am and 8am.

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    DD is now 5 but she and DS(3) are both early risers 6.30 is a sleep in in this house! normal is anytime between 5.45 and 6.15 both are in bed by 6.30 usually asleep not long after.
    DD got into this routine as a baby and has pretty much stuck to it and DS has fitted in with her.
    They are both awake at this time regardless of when the go to sleep - infact if they are up too late they are often up even earlier!

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    DS is 4,5 yrs wakes up between 6 am - 6.30. Night time sleep between 8.30-9 pm.

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    My almost 4 year old goes to bed at 6.30pm and is up at 6am. No daytime sleep.

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    I have no idea
    He wakes up at some ungodly hour, sometimes he even wakes up in time to say goodbye to DH as he leaves the house at 4:30-5am

    He is good though. Because DS2 and I don't get up until about 7-8am he will occupy himelf with drawing, tv, iPad etc and grab fruit out of the fruit bowl. He would never open the door or go outside.

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    Bed at 7.30pm, awake at around 7am


 

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