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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    That's interesting as for my ds a late bedtime does mean a later wake up the next day. For example, he went to bed late last night and slept in an hour later today. He isn't an early riser though fortunately.
    My DS is the same if he goes to bed late he will sleep until 8am or later whereas if he has an early bedtime he'll be up as early as 6am

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    I just dont know what is going on.. 😔 i have altered DD's routine and she is going to bed later and is still waking at anytime for 5am..

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    Stick to your same routines, bedtime and naptimes. The regression will pass. It's just frustrating in the process.



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    I had a big cry this morning.. just so tired and feeling a bit emotional. I hope it passes soon.

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    It does suck and I can fully empathise with you. This was me 3yo. But it does pass. That same wretched child that drove me nuts is still napping 1.5-2.5hrs at 4.5yo. She is super easy to put to bed and no fuss at all. It was hard being patient and consistent when pregnant and then with a newborn but trust me it pays off.

    Good luck.

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    Thank you x


 

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