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2006/07/15 09:49:40 (permalink)
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What time do your kids get up ?

I am having a nightmare with mine at the moment. The baby is waking every 2-3 hours (probably due to teething) so we are awake at 11pm, 2am, 5am and then 6.30am and then normally our 5 year old wakes at 6am too !

So we are normally awake 4-5 times per night at the moment !

Overall though we do not normally stay in bed past 6.30-7 am any day of the week

How about you ?

Franko
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    TREBOR
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 09:57:58 (permalink)
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    Same here mate our little lad is 10 months now and we are lucky if he sleeps through till 3,normally wakes at 1,3 then 6ish,the two girls are both awake for 5.30-6
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    cleanfornow
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 10:00:53 (permalink)
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    She is 10 months old too ! When was he born mate ? Its mad isn't it, very tiring ! Makes us feel better tbh, like its not just us lol

    Franko

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    Same here mate our little lad is 10 months now and we are lucky if he sleeps through till 3,normally wakes at 1,3 then 6ish,the two girls are both awake for 5.30-6

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 11:16:43 (permalink)
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    my daughter sleeps for about 12 hours a night (well we think she is asleep)

    take her bed about 8:30pm and i check on her when im up at about 7am and she is still asleep so ill leave her till about 9am


    she gets more sleep than i do lol
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 11:33:59 (permalink)
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    He was born the 6th of sept mate,thing is we were spoiled with the two girls they both were in a routine of sleeping all the way though by about 3 months old.
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 15:14:17 (permalink)
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    my 16month old daughter wakes up every night about 2-3 times,still being breast fed,and she is up and atom at 7am,so i get no sleep.but my 3year old goes for 10 hrs easy and very rarely wakes up in the night.
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 16:24:33 (permalink)
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    My 5 year old gets up at about half seven usually and in bed for 8pm.

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 16:30:24 (permalink)
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    yea, our 2 go to bed at 7.30 (5 and 3) and they tend to wake when they hear me lumbering around at 6.15am

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 16:42:24 (permalink)
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    I struggle to get my kids up at 7:15 in the mornings during the week.when i want then to sleep in on the weekends they get up at 7:30.
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 19:54:02 (permalink)
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    jake is now 14 months, he goes down between 7-7.30pm and is up anytime between 5.30-6.30am generally.

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 21:37:15 (permalink)
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    ma kid will be getin some sort of sleep medication yes thank you sirr!
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 22:04:58 (permalink)
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    too early - before 7pm
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 22:20:18 (permalink)
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    mate i know exactly how you feel,sends you to despair sometimes but it is not for ever and it stops sooner than you would think,hang in there mate it will be a breeze v soon
    ORIGINAL: frankopaul

    I am having a nightmare with mine at the moment. The baby is waking every 2-3 hours (probably due to teething) so we are awake at 11pm, 2am, 5am and then 6.30am and then normally our 5 year old wakes at 6am too !

    So we are normally awake 4-5 times per night at the moment !

    Overall though we do not normally stay in bed past 6.30-7 am any day of the week

    How about you ?

    Franko

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/15 23:39:55 (permalink)
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    My little lad of 21 months likes a lie in during the week . I normally have to wake him at 7am so we can go to work . During the weekend he wakes up at 630 am , and destroys my hope of lie in
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/16 00:40:23 (permalink)
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    My son is 2.5 now and sleeps through most nights, but that's only been going on for about 6 or 7 months. Before that he would wake up a couple of times a night, unless he was teething then he would go to sleep a couple of times a night. He usually wakes up at about 7ish in the week and 8ish on a Sunday.

    Our second one is due the end of September so it's back to sleepless nights. Yay
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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/16 00:55:27 (permalink)
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    My Daughters 16mnths 12hrs every night, goes down at 6:50pm and gets up at 7 every morning..even when shes teething she still sleeps through..I know were very lucky

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    RE: What time do your kids get up ? 2006/07/16 01:46:54 (permalink)
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    bed used to be about 7:30
    but letting them still play out later with the sunny weather so they go to bed at 9 and get up about 9 (unless it's school when they go bed about 8:30 and up about 8)
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