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    DD is 3.5yo:

    Up at 6-6:30am, breakfast straight away then get ready for the day
    Lunch is around 11:30/12
    Dinner at 5:30/6pm
    Bath or shower at 6 or straight after dinner
    5 minutes of 'downstairs time' while she has a small cup of milk and I feed DS his bottle
    6:30/7pm upstairs to brush teeth, read stories, then it's lights out.

    She rarely has a day sleep these days so we have some down-time after lunch (watch a movie, quiet indoor play etc). 3 days a week she's in daycare and we have activities on the other days, but I try to keep afternoons fairly quiet.

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    DS is 3years and 3 months he wakes about 7-8am on days I'm not working breakfast while watching some abc2
    He "helps" me do a bit of cleaning
    He then usually asks to play in the backyard
    Lunch time at 12 then "helps" me do some baking or making icy poles
    Then shopping or trip to the park or movie when its way too hot or too rainy
    Dinner at 7, bath at 7.30 and then bed when I read him a story and he goes to sleep.


 

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