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hayleyharra Wed 14-Sep-16 06:52:33

Hi everyone. Just wondered if it's the norm for a nearly 5 year old waking at 530am confused Anyone else in the same boat? Think I just want reassurance that there are other parents out there up at this time! grin

Lovewatchingrainfall Wed 14-Sep-16 07:03:40

I have a 3year old who wakes any time between half 4 - 5:15 so I feel your pain.

Coughingchildren5 Wed 14-Sep-16 07:09:50

It's normal. What puzzled me was how he Knew to adjust his internal body clock for British summer time.

Ledkr Wed 14-Sep-16 07:11:53

Yes and most recently during the night AGAIN.
Early wakes are solved by leaving the I pad and snacks by the bed.

Yayme Wed 14-Sep-16 07:15:43

My 13 year old has never grown out of it sorry to say. Up 4.30-5.30 am throughout summer holidays.

user1471421772 Wed 14-Sep-16 08:08:39

Yup, 7 year old here wakes up at half 5. Usually reads until half 6/7 or agreed get up time.

hayleyharra Wed 14-Sep-16 08:21:41

Thanks everyone. Lie ins are a distant memory! I'm now caffeine reliant! grin brewbrewbrewbrewbrewX

TowerOfJoyless Wed 14-Sep-16 09:21:27

Unfortunately so, DS usually wakes about 545 am. He turns 6 this week and his sleep has gone to pot with the excitement - two 430am starts and awake last night for a bit at 1230 am!

mumhmc Tue 20-Sep-16 16:04:51

Oh God my younger son is 17 months and up between 4.30-5.30 every morning. Older one 7.30. I assumed this would just stop soon! Do I possibly have 3, 4, 5...more years of this?! :-)

InTheDessert Tue 20-Sep-16 16:12:47

7yrs old, and up about 5.10....
Thankfully we live in a place where everything starts early. So DH starts work at 7 am, and that's when we leave for school too.

The summertime adjustment: they base it on the day. So since breakfast, lunch, swimming lesson, dinner all shift, so does waking up sad

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