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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    I have always wished for one of those mythical children that sleep until 7 or beyond!
    I have thought about it and realised by school time they need to be up earlier anyway so at least we aee all used to it if we have early risers lol.

    DH and I normally are early risers anyway so it doesn't bother me usually if DS wakes at the usual 6ish. Except on weekends. When I want a sleep-in. Or lie-in.

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    DS is 20 months. Bedtime is 7pm and he usually wakes around 7am. At home he will do 2-3 hr nap from 12:30. At childcare it's only 1-2 hours but that's only two days per week.

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    DD is 2.5 and she gets up around 8am

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    DD is 19 months and goes to bed at 6.30 and wakes normally about 8am.. She still has an afternoon nap from 12.30 to 2.30 or 3pm.

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    My 7 month old has decided the 5 o'clock hour is when he like to get up. It's killing me. He used to be 9, then 730, then 630. I've no idea how to stop this insanity.

    He goes to bed between 6 - 7 PM.

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    Default How old are your children and what time do they wake up?

    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    I have always wished for one of those mythical children that sleep until 7 or beyond!
    I feel your pain. I find myself going to bed at 830/9 to cope.
    Last edited by ilex; 19-03-2016 at 08:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    My 7 month old has decided the 5 o'clock hour is when he like to get up. It's killing me. He used to be 9, then 730, then 630. I've no idea how to stop this insanity.

    He goes to bed between 6 - 7 PM.

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    Have you tried a later bedtime? 6pm is pretty early. Might not make a difference but worth a shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    My 7 month old has decided the 5 o'clock hour is when he like to get up. It's killing me. He used to be 9, then 730, then 630. I've no idea how to stop this insanity.

    He goes to bed between 6 - 7 PM.

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    It's starting to get cold now. Maybe that's it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    My 7 month old has decided the 5 o'clock hour is when he like to get up. It's killing me. He used to be 9, then 730, then 630. I've no idea how to stop this insanity.

    He goes to bed between 6 - 7 PM.

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    Cold or look at day sleeps (too many, first nap too early etc). The more you put bub to bed super early for that first nap to compensate for the 5am wake, the more bub will wake at 5am.

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    My 2yo goes to bed between 7 and 8 and wakes up between 7 and 9.


 

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