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    I don't think there's a wrong or right time to be honest. My youngest is almost 3 and he can go to sleep anywhere between 5pm and 9pm depending on the day and weather or not he's had naps. He always sleeps til 7:30am though.

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    Right now, my babe goes to bed at 6.30pm through to 7.30am. My near 3 year old goes to bed about 7ish through to 7am. My 5 year old goes to bed between 7 and 7.30pm through to 7.30am.

    In daylight saving they will all average going to be about 7.30pm.

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    Until she turned 2 it was between 10pm and midnight, now it is between 8pm and 10pm (usually around 8:30) she sleeps 11-12 hours from whenever she goes to sleep. So the later the better as it means a sleep in.

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    Currently between 7-730, but am finding she's still quite tired/cranky at this time. I'm thinking I'll have to bring it back a bit...but I don't see how when I'd like her to have dinner with DF and I as a family and we have dinner at 6 :/


 

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