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    DD is 2 next month. Bedtime is between 630pm (when she hasn't had a long day sleep and is grumpy) and 730pm (when she is happy awake) but generally 7pm on the dot. Wakes between 7 and 8am

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    Bedtime starts a 6.30 when we go into the bedroom and put her bag on then we read for 10-15 mins with the same theory it's like us relaxing before sleep by reading she's 16months.

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    DD is 2.5 and bed time is 8pm she wakes between 730-8am. Also has a 3hr nap through out the day

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    We aim for 7pm, but if we can we try to make it 6:30pm. Thats for both of the kids. Usually gota put DS(4) to bed before DD(20months) cuz he can be real loud and DD needs silence to get to sleep.
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    DS is 16 months old and we start bedtime routine at 7pm. Hes usually asleep by 8:15pm and wakes up around 7:30am.

    Bedtime routine
    Bath
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    Books
    Thomas the Tank engine movie 10min.

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    9:30 to 10:00. She gets up at 8:00 am, one nap at noon until 1:30. She also nurses 4 times a night at 16 months. Babies in our family just don't sleep. (Neither do the parents.)

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    730 is the bedtime for both of mine 5yrs & 20mths.

    545pm dinner
    630pm bath
    Then quiet play, packing up, books, brush teeth before bed

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    Ideally Dd2 (21 mths) would begin her bedtime routine with a story at 645pm and be asleep 730ish.

    DH comes home at 6pm and does the shower/bath routine then we have dinner and he does the bedtime routine with both DDs. I think by the time he puts dd2 asleep she's overtired and he has too cuddle her to sleep (he doesn't mind, he just plays with his phone). But she sleeps all night til 730ish am so that's ok.

    I just wanted to mention that she wakes between 7-730 in the morning and still has a day sleep. She goes into her cot between 1145am-1230pm(depends on her waking time or activity level in the morning), goes to sleep 15 min-ish later and usually sleep for 1.5 hrs.

    I found the best routine for her is to get 11.5-12 hrs sleep at night and 1.5 hrs day sleep. When this balance is right she is much happier.
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    DS is 2 in 3 weeks. He has dinner at 6, followed by a bath/shower, book and in bed by 7pm. Asleep anywhere between 7:10-715pm.

    Wakes at 7, has a 1.5 day sleep.

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    DS is in bed between 730 - 8pm and sleeps until 8 - 830am.
    He also has a 1.5 hor nap during the day.

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