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    Hi,
    My ten month old has started waking at 4:30am and is awake for the day! She used to wake at 6 bit it has gradually gotten earlier and earlier. I can do 5, but this is ridiculous!

    Would appreciate advice and suggestions, would love to know if anyone else has been successful in pushing back babys wake time!

    She goes to bed between 6 and 7

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    Oh not you too. My dd2 is an early riser.just like yours. Any where from 3-5. Regardless of bedtime. No advice. Just sympathy.

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    I feel your pain, dd1 did this for a long time. I didn't find a magic answer, black out curtains helped, so did a full tummy (she was having feeding issues so this was very difficult). She gradually grew out if it, 6.30-7.15 is her regular wake up now (3.5yo). On Monday I actually had to wake her at 8am, absolutely unheard of!

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    Another one here! ds2 19mths has always been awake early regardless of time too. He wakes at 5am on the dot. I have gotten used to it now and although I am an early riser myself 6am is preferable and early enough never mind 5am. Occassionally he will wake at 4.30am like he did this morning This makes it an incredibly long day when I am working all day.


 

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