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    Nighttttttttt!

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    I do not line mornings but
    Being a mum of a kid like mine I'm up all night many times and early morning so I suck it up given a choice I would sleep in till 9 and be woken with hot coffee
    I have to admit one night i was up with DD she was so restless not sick just restless, it was a Saturday night and it was 3am and i was so tired and all i could think was a sleep in in the morning would be wonderful...

    We keep our engel in our room as we dont have space for it anywhere else so i charged the ipad, made a jam sandwich, yoghurt, cheese stick, muesli bar and put it all on the engel (not the ipad) so when dd woke up i got her sorted and went back to sleep until 8:30am!! It was a huge sleep in for me. I wont do it often, if ever again but i was pretty proud of my quick thinking at 3am!

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    Def night. I take a good hour to wake up and find my feet in the morning.

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    Night all the way. It takes me forever to wake up in the mornings!

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    I'm always the last one up in this house. It's not uncommon for me to be awake at midnight when DH, DS and DD are asleep- I see it as "my" time- it's the only chance I get to myself. So I make the most of it and relax by coming on BH and being able to use the internet without interruptions. DD still wakes during the night for a bottle so I really should go to sleep earlier
    I don't mind mornings, I get up with DD (DS & DH leave the house very early, 7am) and she puts me in a good mood and the first thing I do is have a cup of coffee to wake me up!
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    100% night person. Hate mornings!

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    Definately a night person. I am so thankful on weekends when i am not working, i can generally sleep til about 10am if i am lucky but usually about 9ish i get up but thats because DS is older and he can help himself to cereal etc. I do have to get up shortly to get the tv on but then i head back to bed and snooze til it suits me or DS annoys the crap out of me.

    I know i am gonna suffer tomorrow as i have to actually get up at 4:30am for work and its already 11:30pm

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    I would (shockingly) say I am a morning person. I say shockingly because that never used to be the case at all. In my ds's almost 4 years of life I could count on one hand the number of times he has slept in until 7am. He is usually up at 5 on the dot. This has (slowly) forced me to become a morning person. We are usually at the beach by 6.30/7am these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmetterling18 View Post
    I would (shockingly) say I am a morning person. I say shockingly because that never used to be the case at all. In my ds's almost 4 years of life I could count on one hand the number of times he has slept in until 7am. He is usually up at 5 on the dot. This has (slowly) forced me to become a morning person. We are usually at the beach by 6.30/7am these days.
    And you are still up? You are a machine!


 

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