What time do your children go to bed?

(57 Posts)
Kendodd Thu 20-Jun-13 15:20:57

And how old are they?

Trying to work out what is right.

Mine are 4 (nearly 5), 6 and 7. They go to bed at 7pm, 7.30 and 7.30 plus half hour reading in bed.

Doshusallie Fri 21-Jun-13 21:02:59

Mine are 6 and 8. They go to bed at 7.30-8, earlier if I have had enough.

notcitrus Fri 21-Jun-13 21:09:27

Ds is 4 nearly 5, and telly off by 7.15, upstairs to brush teeth by 7.30, so usually in bed asleep by 8, though that has slipped a bit recently especially when we don't need to be up the next day.

Dd is 16 months, goes up the same time, either put in bed before ds or fed to sleep just after, so by 8.

Both get up between 7 and 8. Mostly.

gintastic Fri 21-Jun-13 21:10:56

We go up for bath at 6pm, 3yo goes to bed after, usually 6.30. 5yo is allowed to go back downstairs and play on her DS for 30min, then bed. 6m baby goes down about 6.30. They are all up between 6 and 6.30, but I have to leave for work at 6.45, so it's not an issue, except if we want a lie in at the weekend! My husband takes them to the childminder for 7.30 as he starts work at 8. Upside to my early start is a 2pm finish so I'm there for all school pickups. I know they have a very early bedtime compared to many, but it works for us.

Bonkerz Fri 21-Jun-13 21:14:34

2yo @ 6pm
7yo @ 7pm
12yo@ 8:30pm

Feelslikea1sttimer Fri 21-Jun-13 21:17:15

13 & 14 and its 9 on a school night with half an hour reading and whenever they want on a weekend although its normally 10-10:30ish as they generally have to be up for footie, rugby etc...

smellsofsick Fri 21-Jun-13 21:21:58

Dd1, 2.5yo goes to bed at about 7.15 and usually gets a good 12 hours. We've had a phase of early waking but hopefully knocked that on the head now.

Dd2 6months goes at 7, wakes about 5.30am, gets fed and then gets up with DD1.

damnitdamnit Fri 21-Jun-13 21:28:46

DD1(5) & DD2(3) are in bed by 6.30 school night and 7pm on a weekend. DS1 (12wk) is currently about 9pm with us grin!

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