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    Had to wake mine up as they went waking up

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    4:52am! By a Very excited DS.

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    6:25... too early. My present was meant to be a sleep in.

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    My son stirred a little before 7, I 'encouraged' him to wake up to see if Santa had been! He is almost 3 so now understands Xmas (we're atheist so its' all about Santa here!). He was most pleased to see that Santa and his reindeer enjoyed the cookies he baked them

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    Slept from 7pm til 6am. He had vomited a couple of times so I was expecting an all-nighter, but he slept right through. I went to bed at 9.30 yet still feel tired today! Luckily I have family staying who have sent me back to bed while they look after DS and prepare lunch for the rest of the family coming over. It's a merry christmas indeed!! In bed, so wonderful!!

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    Around 7am. We were actually up before her and surprised she wasn't up already!

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    My mum/dad sister , brother partners and kids were on my doorstep at 6am! ( we open pressys together ) they woke DS up and he jumped out of bed ( he usually wakes at 8 so its early for him!)

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    7 am - very reasonable!

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    6:45am for DD (17 months) and I woke Mr 14 yo up around 8 so we could open pressies.

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