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

    DS 7 DS4 and DS2 7:30 lights out for all but 7:00pm into rooms for quiet time.

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    under 2 whenever

    2 to 10 7pm

    10 to 12 7;30

    13 to 14 8 pm

    after that the general rule is if you have outstanding homework 8;30 if you have homework 10;30.
    After 10;30 you go to bed regardless.

    My kids need their sleep and need to be up between 5;30 and 6 am.

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    We have always introduced an adequate bedtime since day dot. Our kids have no problems going to bed at the times they are put to bed nor have ever had issues going to sleep.

    ds1 is 4.5yrs and goes to bed at 7.30 - he wakes at 6am
    ds2 is 20mths and goes to bed at 6.30 - he wakes at 5.30am

    our day starts at 6am so we are happy early rises

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    DS 15mths is 7pm

    Wow, I can't believe how late some of your bubba's go to bed! I'd be pulling my hair out if DS was still up at 9pm, I'd never get my dinner/shower!

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

    We get the girls into bed by 7.30, read a book & have a cuddle, lights out usually before 8. Dd2 goes out like a light always. Dd1 takes forever to drop off, she is usually gone by 9. It drives us mental

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    DD1 & 2 are in bed about 7pm and DD1 has quiet time for about half an hour. DD3 is about 6.45pm. All 3 go through to at least 7am.

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

    7pm here (6&3) but it usually ends up being more like 7.30-8. The goal is 7 though! Although tonight was more like 9 but we were out until late and it's a weekend tomorrow.

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

    4yr old - 7.30pm (into my bed)
    13yr old- gets into bed at 7.30 but can still be awake at 2am. ( he has ASD so its really hard to get him to go to sleep at any one time atm)
    When the eldest is finally alseep then i can put the 4yr old in his bed and go to bed myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    DS 15mths is 7pm

    Wow, I can't believe how late some of your bubba's go to bed! I'd be pulling my hair out if DS was still up at 9pm, I'd never get my dinner/shower!
    When DD was little (3 and under), 9.30 was her bedtime... but it wasn't that she slept only a little, she slept until 9.30am. She's always been a good sleeper, and I realised that if I pushed her bedtime back, she'd wake later. I'm a night owl, not an early riser... and her father was a chef, so wouldn't get home until about 1am or later... so that way we both got a bit of a sleep in and I still got ot see him for a short while once he got home before HAVING to sleep. Worked out well!

    I couldn't handle 9.30pm now she's school-aged... she'd get tired and turn into a banshee anyway (like she did at 8.30 tonight), and drive me mental. I LOVE bedtime!

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

    DS 20 months is rarely asleep before 8:30 - 9. I miss my alone time in the evenings and I hate daylight savings.

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