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    Somewhere between 7.30 and midnight. Most nights it is before 10pm.

    I would love if i could get my kids to sleep at a consistent time, but neither of them have a 24 hour body clock.

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    Default Re: *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    Anywhere vetween 6 and 7pm each night. Depends on what we have had for the day with work etc.

    My DS is 5.

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    8pm. DS1 is 2.5 and DS2 is 5 months.

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    DD3 is 6 months and she goes to bed sometime between 5 -7pm Depending on how much she's slept during the day. Generally by 6 though.

    DD2 is 2.5 and will be in bed anywhere between 5-8pm depending if she's had a sleep or not. Generally by 6 latest.

    DD1 is 4 and ever since MIL's visit a week ago, bed time is a huge fight (in amongst the other horrid behaviour thats surfaced) but apart from that its usually between 7-8. I'd prefer closer to 7 but she generally is asleep within 5 mins of being in there so not to fussed if its closer to 8.

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    Depends on the night, sometimes he goes down at 7pm other times he is up til 1-2 am

    He's 2 1/2

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    We generally have both in bed by 730pm (stories, songs etc done by then). DD (3) usually falls straight asleep but night owl DS (6) can be tossing an turning for up to an hour (usually half an hour). We sometimes push his bedtime back to 8pm but it makes no difference to the falling asleep time. I feel for him - I have been exactly the same way for as long as I can remember. The upside is he sleeps like a log until 730am. Makes getting to school interesting though :/

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    Somedays not early enough!!

    Usually about 7-730 pm. 730 for our 8 yr old and 7pm for our 4.5 yr old.

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    Usually by 7, 6:30 on weekends because we have dinner ready earlier and she's so tired by then

    She's almost 14 months.

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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    My daughter is 4.5 and goes to bed anywhere between 6:45 and 7:30 and is asleep within 5 minutes. She usually wakes up around 6/6:30 but she always stays in bed until 6:30.

    My son is 2.5 and he goes to bed at the same time. He used to go to sleep within 15 minutes, but since he started climbing out of his cot, we put him in a bed and it's been an absolute nightmare. It's over 2 months since changing to a bed. Sometimes he takes an hour to go to sleep, even longer. I am very consistent, but he is so persistent, it is driving me mental. I'm actually putting him back in his cot tomorrow. He goes to sleep later and wakes up earlier, and often refuses day sleeps. His behaviour has also deteriorated, which I put down to lack of sleep as he is sleeping a lot less than he used to.
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    Default *Spin Off* What time do your kids go to bed??

    DS is 2.5 and goes to bed anywhere between 8.30 - 11. He used to go to bed 9 on the dot but we're having a bedtime battle at the moment


 

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