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    Default What time do you go to bed & wake up?

    My lo is 8 weeks so i still go to bed at 8pm to make sure i get a decent sleep by the time he wakes up for the day (6am arghhh). I hate waking up so early but he just won't fall asleep for couple of hours after 6 so by the time he does i dont want to sleep anymore just hoping soon i can go to bed later and actually feel like an adult

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    Don't worry, I go to bed early too. DD is nearly 5mths & we are in bed most nights by 8.30. 9pm is a late night for us!

    Usually start the day around 6 though I've decided this morning I'm putting DD back to bed once she's finished her feed then I'm headed back too it was just too snug in there today

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    Depends but generally around 10, up at 7-7:30 (whenever DS wakes up).

    Would lovvvvvve a sleep in

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    I go to bed around 11.30 and get up just after 7

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    About 12:30, and I wake up at 7

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    I usually go to bed around 845pm, read till 930 then sleep. Wake up between 7 830am depending on DD.

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    About 12 and wake at 6. Sometimes I go to bed earlier or even later.

    I can always have a nap with DD if I'm in desperate need.

    When she was a baby I was asleep
    At 8:30!!

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    I go to bed at 9pm, wake up at 11pm, midnight, 1am, 2am, 3am, 4am, 5am by which time I am sick of getting up so we stay up. I would like to feel human, not just like an adult

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    Around 10pm and up between 6-7am, 5.45 on Tuesday mornings as dd starts kinder at 8.15 and I like to have plenty of time to get myself & kids ready in the morning. I imagine when dd starts school next year it will be 6.30 every morning.
    Eta. 8 till 6 is a really good sleep for an 8 week old!
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    Since having the twins I go to bed at about 10, and get up at around 2 for a feed, then around 5-6 for a feed, then around 9. Once my mum goes I'll have to get up much earlier to get the other kids to school, not sure how I'll work that one out!


 

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