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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post
    Lysander is the only one of my 5 kids to sleep till 6am.. ALL the other 4 woke between 4:30-5. They all had the same bedtime, same routine, same everything... I think some kids just sleep more!

    As for the waking, there are many different reasons that a little person wakes at night. Julian was our constant waker.... up to 6 times a night, so we co-slept and that solved that problem... even now we usually wake up with him and Gabriel in bed with us. I'm pretty sure that once Lysander is out of his cot he'll be in with us too (hence prepping up and buying a new spare bed!) Lysander doesn't wake, and if he does he's happy to have a bottle of milk and go back to sleep... but like I said, he just likes sleep!

    Is co-sleeping an option for you?
    Yeah i was putting him in the bed with us but i think he was getting to use to it plus my partner put a stop to it as Ds is a wriggly sleeper so we were still loosing sleep. We bought him a big bed a single one and i was even laying in there with him and i ended up falling asleep most nights and i would still get woken by him saying mummy throughout the night and checking if Im in there so i think he was getting into a habit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy Melon View Post
    DS is 15 months.
    He goes to bed at 8:30, asleep within ten minutes.
    Wakes up at 9am.
    Naps from 1pm till around 5pm.
    Such a good sleeper!
    Wow that is really good you are lucky i hope my Ds sleeps like that one day especially since we are ttc #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy86 View Post
    Wow that is really good you are lucky i hope my Ds sleeps like that one day especially since we are ttc #2.
    He used to have two naps a day but I merged them because it was too hard to do anything while he sleeps all the time!!! Lol!

    He's a very tall boy and eats like a horse, apparently he needs the sleep so I'm not going to argue hehe.

    I'm 15 weeks with #2 and I hope this bub is the same, would be sooooo good

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    bedtime 7:30 sleeps till around 9am. Shes always been a brilliant sleeper

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    DS1 goes to his room to have a play before bed at 6:30, bedtime at 7. He wakes up RIDICULOUSLY early in the morning but when we've tried giving him a later bedtime it made no difference, he still woke early and was just super cranky!

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    Lysander. I like it.

    Our junior goes to bed at 7pm. But sometimes for whatever reason this doesn't suit him so we are flexible and the latest he's been to bed has been 10pm and he's slept through to 9am.

    He has a morning sleep at around 10am-12 or an afternoon sleep at 1-4pm. It depends on him. Either way he gets a sleep in during the day.

    I find that during his growth spurts he's a little contrary but with perseverence his sleeping patterns are pretty consistent now.

    I don't think there HAS to be a particular time for bedtime, just what suits you and your lifestyle and one that benefits the child.

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    i like her in bed by 10, as i like my 10hs sleep, and a little break after shes in bed.
    so no set times here (shes 2)

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    DS1 (2.5yo) usually sleeps roughly 8pm-7.30am, and he doesn't nap.

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    DD is 2 1/2 and her bed time is 7pm. She sleeps till 730 -830am. No nap during the day anymore, unless she is really tired and snuggles on my lap on the lounge.

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    my DS naps for 2 hours in the afternoon and then he goes to sleep at 8 PM.

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