With our LO I always try to give her her bottle during ITNG then bed at around half 7 - 8ish.
Depending what time her Daddy gets in from work because she does like to have a little play and cuddle with him. x
No matter what time she goes to bed tho, she always wakes between 6 and 7am
Erin goes to bed at 7.15-7.30 and is usually asleep very quickly. Her nap doesn't seem to affect when she goes to bed either, on Saturday we were out when she would have usually had her nap so she ended up sleeping 4.30-6.30pm, got up and had her tea and as back in bed by 7.30!
ETA-she usually gets up at 7.30-8am unless I wake her up to go to nursery.
poppy's bath gets run at 7.30 and she gets bathed and straight to bed, so she's normally asleep by 8 or 8.15 if she's had her hair washed and dried. she normally gets up around 6.45-7.15 and has a 90 min nap in the afternoon
our daughter is such a pain. She use to get up at 8am, nap at 2 for a hour and in bed by 8-9pm.
But recently she will not nap until 4-5pm and then she is managing to get 9hours from 1 hour nap so she doesn't drift off till 11pm +.
Some night's she is getting 12 hours, and still awake at 2am. It's so hard at times, and nothing has changed. God know's where she is getting the energy from.
But we are at the health vistor on friday so will ask then, but have any of you ladies had the same issue????
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