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How much sleep do ur little ones have? x

hannah19790 Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I have a 5 year old son and a 3 year old daughter, they go to bed at 7pm and have been waking up, lately, at about 6.30am but sometimes as early as 6.00am. I've been making them go back to bed because they always used to wake up at 7.30 ish but I'm thinking 11 and a half hours probably is a fair amount of sleep. They are definately tired by half 6 and sometimes even earlier. Just curious at wot times or how long ur kids sleep??
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
My sister (4) goes to sleep at 8pm and is usually up around anytime between 7-8am.
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DangerGod
My sister (4) goes to sleep at 8pm and is usually up around anytime between 7-8am.


So about the same then:? I think it's because he goes to bed earlier now that he's at school and I've not really taken that on board lol :oops:
#3
Mine all go to bed at 7pm, Their up between 6:30 - 7:30am
#4
My youngest two (3 &4) go to bed at seven and are usually asleep by 7.30. They wake up about 7.30am usually but during school holidays will sleep till 8.30am. :)
#5
Mine are the same, even if they go to bed later they still get up at the same time. My 4 year old now will take himself downstairs and watch tv but the LO is still too young, luckily she generally wakes up a little later.
#6
shauneco
Mine all go to bed at 7pm, Their up between 6:30 - 7:30am


7.30 is perfect but I wonder whether it's coz of the light mornings too:?
#7
kidcat
My youngest two (3 &4) go to bed at seven and are usually asleep by 7.30. They wake up about 7.30am usually but during school holidays will sleep till 8.30am. :)


wookiemummy
Mine are the same, even if they go to bed later they still get up at the same time. My 4 year old now will take himself downstairs and watch tv but the LO is still too young, luckily she generally wakes up a little later.


That;'s wot mine used to be like it's just een the last few months really
#8
hannah19790
7.30 is perfect but I wonder whether it's coz of the light mornings too:?


I have bought blackout curtains for all my kids rooms, they do help especially in summer.

Although my youngest two were awake at six this morning cos its the youngests birthday and they were both so excited they were up demanding presents with menace! :-D
#9
it doesnt matter what time i put mine to bed , he still up at 6am or earlier and he 7 now always had this prob with him
if i put him bed at 7 or 8 or 9 or after that he still up before the crack of dawn!
#10
bambu
it doesnt matter what time i put mine to bed , he still up at 6am or earlier and he 7 now always had this prob with him
if i put him bed at 7 or 8 or 9 or after that he still up before the crack of dawn!


Some kids are just like that, my ten year old son was always awale at six, no matter what, even with dark curtains to stop the light. :)
#11
hannah19790
7.30 is perfect but I wonder whether it's coz of the light mornings too:?


Yep, The light mornings defo don't help, Same with light nights really, They don't believe it's bedtime and sometimes struggle to sleep.

However it doesn't seem to matter what time we put them to bed they still seem to wake up around the same time..!!!
#12
kidcat
Some kids are just like that, my ten year old son was always awale at six, no matter what, even with dark curtains to stop the light. :)


yeah iv tried the dark curtains trick didnt help at all
#13
kidcat
I have bought blackout curtains for all my kids rooms, they do help especially in summer.

Although my youngest two were awake at six this morning cos its the youngests birthday and they were both so excited they were up demanding presents with menace! :-D

Yes, have got those too and do work but the light still sneaks through the cracks lol
Ooo happy birthday to ur little one hun, I bet it's manic in ur house at the moment?! :-D

bambu
it doesnt matter what time i put mine to bed , he still up at 6am or earlier and he 7 now always had this prob with him
if i put him bed at 7 or 8 or 9 or after that he still up before the crack of dawn!


I have a friend like that too, her little ones wake at 5 ish sometimes earlier so she has to put them to bet reeeeally early

shauneco
Yep, The light mornings defo don't help, Same with light nights really, They don't believe it's bedtime and sometimes struggle to sleep.

However it doesn't seem to matter what time we put them to bed they still seem to wake up around the same time..!!!


Yh, although I didn't have too much of a problem last year with the light evenings but I'm pretty sure this year bed time would be a struggle!! lol

I've been very lucky generally with there sleeping. Both slept though the night early on (4/8 weeks) and go to sleep straight away. I think I've just been spoilt and now want that extra hour that I'm used to in bed :lol: lol
#14
My daughter is 13 months old and has always slept for ages. She goes to bed at 7:30 and wakes up at about 9:00 sometimes later. The other day she went to bed at 7:00pm and woke up at 11:07am (i timed i because i couldnt believe it!) She is very lazy when it comes to her sleep..bit like her mum though!
#15
shauneco
Mine all go to bed at 7pm, Their up between 6:30 - 7:30am


snap, daughter of 2 years, I wish she would wake up later!
#16
mamamia7
My daughter is 13 months old and has always slept for ages. She goes to bed at 7:30 and wakes up at about 9:00 sometimes later. The other day she went to bed at 7:00pm and woke up at 11:07am (i timed i because i couldnt believe it!) She is very lazy when it comes to her sleep..bit like her mum though!


This is the same as both mine........oh how things have changed:-(
#17
My 4 and 6yo go to bed at 7.30 and get up at 6.30/7am, blackout curtains or not LOL!
#18
i thought kids needed 10-12 hours sleep, adults 6-7 hours. i prob imagined that though.
#19
hannah19790
Yes, have got those too and do work but the light still sneaks through the cracks lol
Ooo happy birthday to ur little one hun, I bet it's manic in ur house at the moment?! :-D





Yes, the amount of packaging on all the toys, its averaging thirty minutes to unpack one toy, (husband at work) there are Doras staring at me from all over the room and a wonder pet sitting on top of the printer waiting to rescue anything in sight!! :-D
And no matter what I do Dora keeps falling off Pegasus whenever it walks anywhere?? Cant wait till one o'clock cos reinforcements arrive, (godmother arriving for lunch ) maybe some fresh eyes can see what I am doing wrong otherwise at least I can open the wine and by five when the dinner guests arrive I wont really care!:whistling:
#20
my boys are 2 and 4 and they go to bed at 7.30pm and wake up anywhere from 4.30-7am but will never go back to bed once up
#21
lyndsbowes
my boys are 2 and 4 and they go to bed at 7.30pm and wake up anywhere from 4.30-7am but will never go back to bed once up


When my ten year old turned four I put a DVD and TV in his room and when he got up very early he used to watch a Thomas DVD till a more reasonable hour!
#22
kidcat
When my ten year old turned four I put a DVD and TV in his room and when he got up very early he used to watch a Thomas DVD till a more reasonable hour!


they've got a combi tv/dvd in their room but there is no way they'll let me sleep once they're awake :lol:
oh and they're into power rangers and transformers so i would be woken up after about 5 mins being attacked by 2 boys or dragged out of bed by my feet :w00t:
#23
i have two boys who are both early risers anywhere between 5am and 7am everyday doesnt make any diff how late in bed they are ~ oh the joys!!!!
#24
My two little ones.......16 + 13 are still in bed now:roll:
#25
alfie and harrys mum
i have two boys who are both early risers anywhere between 5am and 7am everyday doesnt make any diff how late in bed they are ~ oh the joys!!!!


lol same here..... we have been to a party before till midnight and they still woke up at 7am :roll:
#26
Train Driver
My two little ones.......16 + 13 are still in bed now:roll:


Yeah, theres a magical age when they suddenly change to wanting to sleep all day long! My 14 year old and her friends would happily stay in bed till two oclock, and my ten year old is starting to stay in bed later too. Although usually when they get that old you actually want them to get up earlier!:-D
#27
Mrs.Z
My 4 and 6yo go to bed at 7.30 and get up at 6.30/7am, blackout curtains or not LOL!

And when u think about it, it's not that bad really is it?

shanecr
i thought kids needed 10-12 hours sleep, adults 6-7 hours. i prob imagined that though.

Yh, that's right. It's just that mine sed to sleep around 13 hours :w00t:

kidcat
Yes, the amount of packaging on all the toys, its averaging thirty minutes to unpack one toy, (husband at work) there are Doras staring at me from all over the room and a wonder pet sitting on top of the printer waiting to rescue anything in sight!!
And no matter what I do Dora keeps falling off Pegasus whenever it walks anywhere?? Cant wait till one o'clock cos reinforcements arrive, (godmother arriving for lunch ) maybe some fresh eyes can see what I am doing wrong otherwise at least I can open the wine and by five when the dinner guests arrive I wont really care!:whistling:

:lol: Had all this a couple of weeks ago with my daughter and I'm still not over it!! Bottle of will definately help lol

lyndsbowes
my boys are 2 and 4 and they go to bed at 7.30pm and wake up anywhere from 4.30-7am but will never go back to bed once up

alfie and harrys mum
i have two boys who are both early risers anywhere between 5am and 7am everyday doesnt make any diff how late in bed they are ~ oh the joys!!!!


That is early! U guys must be well knackered!!


Train Driver
My two little ones.......16 + 13 are still in bed now:roll:


I really don't wanna wish their lives away..............yh right:w00t:
#28
[QUOTE=hannah19790]And when u think about it, it's not that bad really is it?

On the weekends I would have to disagree :giggle:

But at least we get some time in the evenings to ourselves :thumbsup:
#29
Mrs.Z;4581660
[QUOTE=hannah19790]And when u think about it, it's not that bad really is it?

On the weekends I would have to disagree :giggle:

But at least we get some time in the evenings to ourselves :thumbsup:


Yh true. When we just had my son, he went to bed at about 10pm, and it was fine at the time especially as we would get a long lay in. But when he turned 2 I decided he was getting that much older now he could easily pick up things on the tele which are just not suitable so we made it earlier, about 8pm. I never realised what I was missing in the evenings till then! lol They both now go at 7pm, mainly because he has school but also the quite evenings:-D
#30
hannah19790;4581691
[QUOTE=Mrs.Z]

Yh true. When we just had my son, he went to bed at about 10pm, and it was fine at the time especially as we would get a long lay in. But when he turned 2 I decided he was getting that much older now he could easily pick up things on the tele which are just not suitable so we made it earlier, about 8pm. I never realised what I was missing in the evenings till then! lol They both now go at 7pm, mainly because he has school but also the quite evenings:-D


My husband used to work permanent late shift, and when my eldest two were young I realised that in order not to go insane it was absolutely essential to get them to bed early.
#31
Well my 4yr old goes at 7pm. 6 and 8yr old 8pm and my 12yr old around 9:30 they are always up around 4-5am every day as my 6yr old has Autism and sleeps very badly, i remember even putting him to bed at midnight once for a week to see if he would sleep in but up at 3am he was every day without fail!

Tiring for sure it is!
#32
kidcat;4583149
[QUOTE=hannah19790]

My husband used to work permanent late shift, and when my eldest two were young I realised that in order not to go insane it was absolutely essential to get them to bed early.

This was, originally what made me put them to bed late. My husband used to work early and often be gone early too so in order for them to see their Dad more than just 2 days a week I kept him up. Hubbies job not quite so bad now:-D

amcol
Well my 4yr old goes at 7pm. 6 and 8yr old 8pm and my 12yr old around 9:30 they are always up around 4-5am every day as my 6yr old has Autism and sleeps very badly, i remember even putting him to bed at midnight once for a week to see if he would sleep in but up at 3am he was every day without fail!

Tiring for sure it is!


:shock:I bet it is! I'd be on deaths door.........at the having 4 kids, not just the bad sleeps:w00t: lol
U most be knackered hun?!
#33
Yeah i have 5 boys but my youngest who just turned 3 generally sleeps mega well sometimes if the 6yr old wakes him he climbs into bed with us and conks whilst we try and keep the others happy!
Its a nightmare having so many but can be fun!
#34
My two are 3 and 6 and go to bed at 7pm - they usually wake up about 6.30 but it used to be more like 7.30! I did miss the extra hour but now they take themselves down to watch t.v or they play in their bedrooms.

Also it doesnt matter what time mine go to bed it's always 6.30 they get up!!
#35
amcol
Yeah i have 5 boys but my youngest who just turned 3 generally sleeps mega well sometimes if the 6yr old wakes him he climbs into bed with us and conks whilst we try and keep the others happy!
Its a nightmare having so many but can be fun!

I've always wanted a big family, I'm one of 5 too. But now my youngest is out of nappies (almost!!) etc and I'm syked up for started work and getting some extra cash in, I'm not so sure I wanna start it all again:roll: lol

loobie
My two are 3 and 6 and go to bed at 7pm - they usually wake up about 6.30 but it used to be more like 7.30! I did miss the extra hour but now they take themselves down to watch t.v or they play in their bedrooms.

Also it doesnt matter what time mine go to bed it's always 6.30 they get up!!

So seems like this is fairly average then, by the sounds of it:thumbsup:
#36
hannah19790
I've always wanted a big family, I'm one of 5 too. But now my youngest is out of nappies (almost!!) etc and I'm syked up for started work and getting some extra cash in, I'm not so sure I wanna start it all again:roll: lol


So seems like this is fairly average then, by the sounds of it:thumbsup:


Yeah you just gonna have to live with it!:-D They do grow up and sometimes it feels like its too quick but at six in the morning or after three nights sitting up with a sick child, it all seems so far away. The good news is that just as they start to sleep in and you have the time to stay in bed, they bring home bigger problems that have you sitting up all night worrying instead.!
#37
My last son was born two months prematurely. Even in the early days he wasn't a sleeper and would be awake all day long when most babies are taking naps. Now he's three he still doesn't sleep too well. He goes to bed anywhere between 7pm and 10pm and wakes up maybe 2 hrs later though I can get him to snooze a little longer by kicking my hubby out of bed and letting baby nap with me.

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