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    Default what time do you usually get up - and what do you consider a sleep in?

    DD is on school holidays, and we had no major plans for today - so I got a sleep in this morning. I went back to sleep after DH left and woke around 9am so nice


    what time do you usually get up?

    and what time do you sleep in (if you get one) ?

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    Up at 6 for work. 7:30 on other days. 8:30 is a sleep in but give the choice I'd get up at noon everyday.

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    My alarm goes off at 5.20 am on weekdays.

    With no alarm I tend to wake up around 7 / 7.30 on weekends. I don't think I can sleep later than that anymore.

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    I am usually up by 730, but awake much earlier. Since having kids a sleep in is 8am if I am lucky. I have managed to produce "morning people" I seriously have no freaking idea how THAT happened. They are up at 530am, even my teenagers dont sleep in.
    Usually if I make it to 8am I am shocked beyond belief. As most parents know, when things are QUIET that is when there is real trouble.

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    The time I get up isn't usually indicative of when I wake up.

    Eg. I often wake up by about 7am. I rarely sleep after that time. However I often get up later than 7am - 7.30, 8 on weekdays and maybe ~9am on weekends.

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    My alarms goes off and I get up at 7am during the week.

    I usually wake at about 8am without the alarm so consider that my sleep in.

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    My natural wake up time us around 7am and that's what time the kids get up as well, so week/work days we're all up at 7. On school hols we all sleep in a bit...7.30/8am...

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    When ever ds2 is up I'm up. Just wish he would sleep past 630 for me. When I go back to work in 2 months . I'll prob be up at 6 for an 8am start and I'll leave the house at 730 to drop both kids at either my folks or daycare

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    School days up at 7, weekends 8.30ish , I consider a sleep in until about 10ish! (Which I get every 2nd Sunday when the boys go dirt biking!)

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    I get up at about 7:30-7:45 on work days I have a quick shower and get ready then get dd up. On non-work days dd wakes me 7:45-8 and we get back in my bed for a 15-30 minute snuggle.
    I'm so lucky that dd is not an early riser as I am definitely not a morning person. In my old job I left for work at 6:30am no idea how I managed that DH leaves by 6:30am every day but he's a morning person so it's easier for him!
    I'd love a day where I'm not woken by the freaking baby monitor or my alarm. I know lots would consider getting up at 7:45 every day a luxury so I won't complain too loudly I'd still love an odd sleep-in just til 8:30-9am though!


 

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