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    Dd1 & dd2 (8&3) are asleep by 8pm, up by 7am. Ds1 (nearly 1) if in bed before 7pm and up 2x a night before being up for the day at 5am...

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    4 in a few weeks usually up between 6:30-7:00. We are almost 100% dry at night, this morning up at 5:30 to go to the toilet. Bless her she is doing so well and I was like 😫😫😫

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Have you tried a later bedtime? 6pm is pretty early. Might not make a difference but worth a shot
    He used to go to sleep later, 730 more recently and 9 when he was much younger.

    These days he is a zombie if he's up that late.

    What I think I need to do is get him napping later in the arvo to hold him over. He's not having any part of it lately.

    We're headed to O'Connell Family unit next month. Hoping to turn some of these bad habits around. Fingers crossed!

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    DD is now almost 9 months goes to bed between 7-8pm and wakes up around 7:30am. This morning she was cold I think and grizzled at 6:45 so I put her in bed with me to snuggle and we slept til 8:30 which was nice.
    I am not a morning person at all and I'm very grumpy if up before 7 so I dread having an early wake up problem 😁

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    My two are 3.5 and 5.5. They both go to bed at 8 (asleep by 8.15). DS1 sleeps until 7-7.30. DS2 is up between 6-6.30. Even if they go to bed late (last night was 11pm because we had a family birthday) and they still got up at the same time.

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    Mis 21.5 months usually goes to sleep around 8:15pm to 8:45 pm, and wakes up somewhere between 6:15am and 6:45am - although this morning she was up at 5:00am.

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    2.5 and 4.5 they both wake up between 6.30 and 7


 

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