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    Glad to hear! They say sleeps the best medicine
    Ds woke up at 5am with another temp so I have kept him home from daycare. It's so horrible when the kids are sick!

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    I take option B!

    I used to wake DS and it would never work in my favour, in the end I would let him go and hope it slept right through. I would have a quick dinner myself and be off to bed so that if he woke up- I'd be rested enough to deal with it then.

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    B.

    Most Friday afternoons DS has fallen asleep on the way home from his Nunna and Nunnos and he would fall asleep anywhere between 4.30- 5.30 and his usual bedtime is anywhere between 7-8.30. I carry him to bed and if he doesnt wake then he stays there. If he wakes, all good and he'll just go to bed a tad later.

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    It depends.... DS does this sometimes (3 nearly 4) and if I put him to bed he usually wakes up at around 9pm! Not good as he takes ages to get back to sleep. But he has slept through but not usually anymore....

    id id let them sleep for an hour, then wake him up for dinner and bath. I find DS will still go to bed but not til a bit later 8.30 or so.

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    Depends,if sick then straight to bed otherwise I would wake them up, have a bath then dinner and by then they were happy to stay up till their usual bed time. No grumps involved


 

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