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    Up between 4.30 and 5.30am usually. A sleep in is 7am. I might sleep until 8am if I've had a really late night or really broken sleep. I hate sleeping in past 8am.

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    Weekdays I get up at about 7:00. I wake DD for school at about 7:30 once I'm ready. A sleep in for me is 9am.

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    My kids wake around 5am each day. I consider 7am to be a sleep in.

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    Up when bub wakes, anywhere from 5-9
    She does not sleep through (6-18 wakes) so even if I was in bed until midday its not a sleep in!

    Honestly at this point just sleep would be nice.

    It's good to be up on the mornings that the older two are asleep until 9 though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    My kids wake around 5am each day. I consider 7am to be a sleep in.
    Same here.

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    Between 6:30 -7:30.

    A sleep in is 8:30 or after

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    Get up around 7. 8am would be a lovely sleep in!

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    I wake around 5.30 am.
    A sleep in is 7 am +
    It a rare thing for me to sleep in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    My kids wake around 5am each day. I consider 7am to be a sleep in.
    I would literally die if my kids did that. That's still the middle of the night in this household! DP gets up at 4:15 a few times a week for work and leaves at 5:00am, and DD has mentioned that she's heard him leave at times, but she always goes back to sleep, thankfully.

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    My youngest is up between 5:30-6am every single day without fail. My middle child is up no later than 6:30am every single day. My eldest will sleep until 7:30-8am. I can't remember the last time I slept in past 6:30am. Maybe once every few weeks DH will looks after the kids while i "sleep in" - which means I sleep til about 8am. I can't sleep past that, they are too noisy and keep me awake anyway. As a teenager I could sleep til well past noon. I would have to have the flu or something now to be able to do that!

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