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    Default What time does your four year old wake up?

    What time does, or did, your four year old wake up in the morning?

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    Between 5am and 6am 90% of the time. Been like that for so long now.

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    He always wakes at 7.30. Maybe 8am on the odd occasion. He goes to bed at 7.30/8pm. He's always been a great sleeper and is very active during the day!!

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    5.30/6 but hoping a bit later soon as the suns comes up later...

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    Anytime between 6 and 7:30.

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    6am usually.

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    She's 3 and a half so hopefully close enough but she wakes up at about 7.30 am and is usually in bed by 7.30pm, asleep by 8.

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    My 4yo is awake anywhere between 6:30am - 7am majority of the time

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    Ds who is 4 in may goes to bed about 8pm and wakes between 7 and 8am (closer to 8) sometimes he might sleep in till 9 on the odd occasion. He has been like this for a while now.

    He doesn't usually have a day sleep

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    Wow all you guys are lucky. My 4.5 year old DS is not a morning person. Of a weekday morning we need to leave between 7:30 and 8am. I dress DS while he is still in bed and take breakfast on the go for him. If i wake him up any early he just goes back to where ever he ends up

    On weekends he is usually up at around 9.. maybe 8 every now and then.


 

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