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    Default So what time were your kids awake this morning???

    With the end of daylight savings - what time did your little cherubs arise this morning? Mine were both eager to start the day at 4am!!!

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    4:30am

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    one at 2am, the other at 6am

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    4:30 to start the day (twice before this) brought DS inti bed with me foe BF and cuddles managed to hold him off till 5:45 before he was crawling all over us and hitting me and saying mummy get up!!

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    Mine all slept in.... Hubby and I got to chat in bed for nearly a 3/4 of a hour before we got disturbed. The 1st was at 6am and the other sometime before 6;30am.

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    He just woke up

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    7am!!!

    I took the youngest 2 to the swimming pool after lunch yesterday afternoon and then a play with their cousins. DD3 feel asleep on the couch at 4.30pm (usually we would make an effort to keep her awake), slept for an hour and then after dinner they watched the Stewart Little movie, it was 8.45pm when they went to bed. (they usually go to bed at 7.30, so this was late for them).

    Anyway it seemed to work as they all slept to 7am (which was 8am) so I don't think we'll have any hassles tonight. Very pleased!

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    5.10am . But then he slept in our bed for an hour - he had a late night last night so was tired.

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    6.20 I hate daylight savings ending! Now he will want dinner at 4 pm!

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    No daylight savings for us!

    I'm actually not sure because she slept over at my brother's house. No text yet so maybe they are still asleep? I know it was a late night, they rang at 9 to say goodnight and as she hung up I heard her say "I pretended we were going to bed!" to my brother.


 

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