So what time do your little people go to bed? How old are they? what time do they sleep on a school night and a weekend?
I am still trying to work out the perfect bedtime for LO since he started school. When he was at nursery he used to want to sleep around 6pm!...however since starting school he has been going to bed at 7pm. And on a weekend 8pm...
My son has been going to sleep between 7 and 7:30pm this week but he's having to get up at 6ish am most days as I'm working and he has to go to before school club. He's been exactly the same for bed times this weekend 7/7:30 and awake at 6 this morning but he's exhausted so I am hoping he lies in a bit tomorrow
All of my boys go to bed at the same time on school nights (they are 1, 5, 7 and 9) which is 8pm. The oldest 2 get up at 6:15 for school, the other two sleep until 7:30-8:30..whenever they wake on their own.
On the weekend the baby still goes to bed at the same time, the older boys sometimes go to bed then, sometimes we'll let them stay up until 9, 10 rarely 11 just depending on what we are doing. Sometimes we'll put the baby in bed and the rest of us will huddle up on the couch and watch a movie together.
the 2 eldest(6+10) go upstairs to read at 8.30,lights out at 9,or if they want to stay up till 9 they dont read.owen drops off anytime between 8-9.30 depending if he has napped and i carry him up with me.
My youngest daughter is 3 years old and her bed time has been 7pm since she was about 9 weeks old, depending on how busy her day has been she asks to go to bed at 6:30 ish some nights..........rarely is she awake after 7pm.
My eldest daughter is 7 and her bedtime is 8pm every school night - during the summer holidays/half terms and weekends.. she sometimes stays up later but 9pm is the latest xxx
Bed time every night apart from a Thursday and a Sunday is 7.30pm, he dosent go to sleep then usually about 8.30pm he is asleep, Saturdays i try to get him to go earlier has he has to be up at 6am on a Sunday for ice hockey training, Thursday is also a ice hockey training night so bed time is usually between 9-10pm and Sunday evening he always goes to watch the local ice hockey team with his dad so again bed time is between 9-10pm it works for us and he is 5
Prior to starting school Daniel's bedtime was 8pm and he would sleep til between 8am and 9am. Now though he tends to go to bed at 7.30pm on a week-night and we usually have to wake him up for school at around 7.30/7.45am. On a weekend he still goes to bed at 8pm and then wakes up anywhere between 8am and 9.30am depending on how tired he is.
Lewis is 4 and just started school, not full days yet. He's up at 6 - 6.30 each morning and at the mo he goes to bed at 7.30 ish and is usually asleep by 8.00 if not before. He may be a lot more tired when he does full days so will probably need to go to bed a bit earlier. Tom is 16 months and is up at 6, nap at 1 for 2 hrs and then bed at 7. This is the same time for weekends. I do pray that they'll sleep in for a little longer but it never happens!
My older girls are 10, 9 & 8 and their bedtime is 9pm weekdays and 9:30pm weekends, but if they want to read in bed then they go to bed half hour earlier.
My LO is almost 2 and her bedtime is 7:30 - 8pm on all nights (unless we're doing something)
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