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    Quote Originally Posted by Piyamj View Post
    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.
    I don't think it's anything to be ashamed about! Like you said, whatever works for your family. All of my extended family is overseas - they all think that my kid sleeps ridiculously early. Most of their kids (1-2 year olds included) don't sleep until at least 9pm. That seems to be the norm over there, at least within my family. Over here, mine sleeps/wakes early-ish because he has to get up at the same time every day for me to go to work.

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    yes it's whatever works really

    I love sleep ins but can't have them cause work gets in the way so I put DS to be early to have some good old adult quality time (cocktails lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piyamj View Post
    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.
    Up until DS was about 2.5 his bedtime was 8.30 and he slept until 8.30 - it was heaven!

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    DS who is 5 goes to bed at 730 each night regardless of school or weekend. He's usually up around 630-7 the next morning. He sometimes sleeps in til around 8, but not often!!

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    Our 4 year old is in bed by 7.30 I cuddle him to sleep and it takes about 5/10 mins before he's asleep. HOWEVER, he's usually awake by 5.30am and it's currently 4.45am!! Hoping the clock change next month fix that!! Where is this early riser vent thread????? Lol

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    dd and ds both goto sleep around 6:30-7. both waking around the same time on a good night DS will sleep though on a bad night he will wake for a feed and dd will have a night terror/teething. Waking 7:30amish. DD used to sleep until 8:30am I think I need to cut back her day sleeps. Shes 15m and still has 3!!! lol

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    We start bedtime routine for DS 17 months at 6pm with dinner, bath, book and bottle. He's normally in bed by 7pm but occasionally it's pushed out to 7.30. He wakes at 6am most mornings - 6.30 is a sleep in which sucks.

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    Bath 6.15, bed 7pm, asleep 7-7.30pm for both girls.

    Both up latest by 6am otherwise I wake them up by throwing wet face washers on their faces. They are 2&4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Both up latest by 6am otherwise I wake them up by throwing wet face washers on their faces. They are 2&4
    Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    6:30-7pm for all 3 (6yrs,4yrs and 15 months)

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    This is us exactly - all three 7pm (6,4 and 15nomths tomorrow!)


 

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