And, if they go to bed past 9, how are they (typically) in the morning?
I'm wondering if some of our bedtime problems are from me holding on to the idea that we must be in the bed (not necessarily eyes shut, but laying down in dark) between 8 and 830.
Maybe at this age he just doesn't need as much sleep anymore???
FYI: on weekends, they generally sleep in an extra half hour.
Candace, Married to dh , Mom to ds (8) , Gavin (9/30/10 - 12/19/10) and cautiously expecting our 4-29-12
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Mom to three very active girls Anna (15), Kayla (12), Maya (9).
We went to bed a tiny bit later last night to get up by 0630 and this morning was a DISASTER! Lol. He was still trying to fall back asleep when I pulled up at daycare.
I was thinking 8ish was too early to be going to bed for him since he was keeping himself awake until almost 845-9, but I guess I was wrong.
It seems to be the same with you guys too.
We stay up pretty late on Fri/Sat though, and he just gets up whenever he gets up...usually by 730-8. No naps ever, but sometimes we have 30min "quiet" time while mom "rests her vision". Lol
|We stay up pretty late on Fri/Sat though, and he just gets up whenever he gets up...usually by 730-8. No naps ever, but sometimes we have 30min "quiet" time while mom "rests her vision". Lol|
I need her to be asleep by 9pm if not the morning don't go well at all.
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