I actually like that DD is an early riser, it means she is in bed early and me and DH get to spend time together. Also means she still has a day nap.
A lot of friends 2 yo go to bed at 8,9,10 and don't even nap during the day!!! Pfft to that!! Hahaha.
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For my 1yo its anywhere between 2 and 4 hours since she woke. So up at 5am i would put them down between 7-9. Seems way early... But so is 5am erk !
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