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    My 18-month-old's bedtime was 9.30pm. That said, we were late-risers and late to go to bed ourselves, and managed to make it that way. She would then sleep until 9.30am.

    At almost 7-years-old, she goes to bed at 7.30 on school nights and gets up about 6.30-7.30am most mornings. On the days I have to go to study, I get her up about 6.10am.

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    7.30/8pm for non day care days

    7/7.30pm for daycare days.

    we wake her up by 6am every day regardless of what time she goes to bed at night.

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    At 18mths my kids wouldn't go to bed until about 8/8.30 and that was an hour of getting to it.

    Now they are 3 & 7 and go to bed at 7.30 on school nights. Weekends I give them to 8.30 then it's bed. Regardless of bed time they will wake up at 6/6.30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShanandBoc View Post
    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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    14 month old generally goes about 9. Sometimes 10. On daycare days he gets woken just before 630. Otherwise he usually sleeps until 7-830, sometimes waking for a feed around 5. He sleeps for 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hrs during the day, generally starting 11/12ish

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    Both my girls (4years and nearly 2 years) go to bed at 7pm, sometimes 6.30pm.

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    DS is 2 and is in bed for a story by 7.30. Lights out at 7.45 and asleep anywhere between 8 and 8.30.

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    Hmmmm. DD2 just went down at 10:30pm.....

    Early night for her at my house, it's usually 11pm

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    Same as pp! Dd just fell asleep now at 10.30 but its sometimes 11-11:30. And she'll wake up in half an hour anyway at which point she gets dragges into bed with me. My dd is allergic to bed time!

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    Thanks for all the replies. I was curious is all!! we will see how 7:30 goes....i found it a bit of a rush trying to get her to bed at 6:30 too. She still slept in till 10 am tho!!!

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