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    On their own at 7am but they are out with me every morning at 5:30/6ish hanging out washings. I wouldn't let them out that early without me because I make sure they are just on the grass or trampoline quietly.

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    Mine are all very early risers (before 5 most days) but they're very noisy kids, so I wouldn't let them out to play till around 7:30. Then they have to come in at the hottest part of the day since we don't have much shade (11-2ish) Then they can play outside until bed time at 7 (with a dinner break in there somewhere)

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    Kiddo doesnt like going outside without letting me know. He is happy to sit inside til i wake unless i tell him he can go outside(i work nights). He usually just hangs around the back stairs attending his plants or kicking the ball around. Rarely goes towards the front.


 

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