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    7-7:30. Wakes at 6:30-7. Does wake up in the night too though!

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    20 month old - Early to bed, early to rise. No bedtime dramas and mostly sleeps through now.


    Really Early mornings do suck sometimes but it could be worse. DH and I are up early for work and go to bed early anyway
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    Almost 3 and he goes to bed at around 7pm he's usually up somewhere between 6 and 7am. Usually closer to 6 or 6:30 though!

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    2yo goes to bed at 6:30pm and is asleep within 5 minutes.
    4yo goes to bed at 7pm and is asleep within 15 minutes (laying in bed quietly).
    6yo and 8yo go to bed at 7:30pm and both are asleep within 20 minutes (laying in bed quietly).

    They all wake up within minutes of each other, and wake anywhere between 6am-7am

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    Newly 7yo goes to bed at 8ish and 10yo goes at 8.30. (He can read til 9pm though)
    We're across the road from school so no travel time that requires early rising. They're both usually up by 7.

    When they were young they both found an 8pm - 7am ish groove that suited Dh and I, so we encouraged it.

    And adjusted it for childcare/kindy & school.

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    3.5 year old, 7.30 is the goal but sometimes closer to 8.
    He wakes around 7.

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    Miss 5 and Master 9 both go to bed at 7.30pm. Out of bed usually by 6.30am

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    That's really interesting from all. I'm shamed to admit my 1 yr old DD has a late bedtime so I get a morning sleep-in. But I guess it's whatever works for every family.

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    No bedtime here until they 2 or 3 yrs old.

    From 2 to 8 it's 7.30 and it goes up by 30 mins every few years. Once you hit grade 10 it 9.30 unless your work on a assignment. My kids need their sleep they up at 5.30 to 6 am everyday.

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    DS is 17 months and has pretty much always gone to bed at 7/7:30. He's usually up by 6:30/7 and sometimes wakes up for a bottle in the night.


 

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