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    My 9 year old goes to bed 730-8pm and is up any time after 6am. Works for us i get time out at night and he's got plenty of time to get ready for school. I would wake her earlier than 815am so shes tired earlier at night, i know if my son slept until 815am he'd go to bed much later at night. Maybe try to change routine over the school holidays so she gets used to it before next term ☺

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    My just turned 9 year old goes to bed at 8pm apart from Thursday night where he does taekwando so it about 8:30pm bed time. Friday and Saturday when he is ready which is usually just before I go to work at 10pm. He gets up any time between 5 and 6am.

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    My 9yr old is down at 7pm everynight and up at 5am. We are a morning family and he helps me make lunches ect in the morning so that is our special time.

    You really need to have that 1 on 1 time even if it is just snuggling and talking while watching a show. Teenage years are not far away and you want her to talk to you as a teen. She won't if she can't even talk now!

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    Thanks for all the advice. I'll keep up with the consistency and hopefully there will be a positive change

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