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    I made sure food was on the table no later than 5pm.. Even if I was at wss ork until 6, I made sure to take something for her to have at 5.

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    Not my 4 year old, but sometimes my almost 3 year old does this especially if he hasn't had a nap during the day. He usually has a late afternoon snack anyway so if he does sleep through tea I am not fussed too much.

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    Nope, I wish she would fall asleep early sometimes but she is constantly on the go...

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    He has dinner usually about 5.30pm, any earlier and he's hungry again before bedtime. He fell asleep on the couch yesterday and slept through til 6am this morning so he obviously just needed the extra sleep. Ds2 was asleep just after 6pm last night, i didn't know what to do with myself... Was very lonely

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    We do dinner at 5, I would move it earlier for him and just give him a healthy snack after if he is hungry.


 

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