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    7am after going to bed at 6.40pm

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    DS went to bed at 8.30 last night and is still asleep. Im still laying in bed also

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    6 am which is the same as every other day

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    I don't know?

    Guess I'll find out when I pick them up from the MIL in a little while.

    - ahhhh...A night of sleeping through without being kicked in the back or called out to.
    *bliss*

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    5.15am.....but she was staying at my parents house, so we got a sleep in anyway!!

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    The toddler woke at 5:45am which meant he woke the older two up *sigh*

    *I can haz typos*

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    6am for the two older ones (an hour earlier than normal) and 8am for the 16mth old which is an hour earlier than normal as well.

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    Dd was up at 5:30, she normally wakes at 6:30 so makes sense. I'm working night shift tonight so I think it's going to be a loooong night bring on the coffee

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    4:30! 😳 DS has been waking 5:30-6
    in the last 3 weeks so I guess it's inline with that. Stayed in bed with us for an hour but didn't sleep. Any tips for getting him to sleep later? He used to sleep till 7:30-8 before the early starts!

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    5am And then at 7am.

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