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    Default What time does ur LO go to bed at night?

    My Dd is 18 mths and has been going down at 6:30 but lately plays for an hr or so so am thinking of changing it to 7:30.....Does that sound about right for her age?

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    19 month old DS is just about to go now - any where from 7.30-8.30 is normal for us , depending on how big his afternoon sleep was!

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    21mo goes down 6-7pm. 4yo asleep 7-8pm

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    13mo between 7.30 - 8.30.

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    Both of my boys goto bed at 8.30.

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    I put my two (5 and 2.5) down at between 8-8:30. If I put them to bed earlier, they get up at ridiculous times like 5am, and I'd rather keep them up a little than have them wake me then!

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    DD 5 & DS 5 months both to bed at 7.30pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psylent View Post
    I put my two (5 and 2.5) down at between 8-8:30. If I put them to bed earlier, they get up at ridiculous times like 5am, and I'd rather keep them up a little than have them wake me then!
    I do the same for ds 2.5 sometimes it's more 7.30 other times it's more 9 but I aim for 8.15

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    Between 7 - 7.30 here


 

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