Children need adequate sleep and mine have to be up to get the bus at 6:30. They need a good 10-12 hours of sleep some times. Weekends they can stay up “late” but usually he’s in bed even then by 9. If the child goes straight to sleep at 7.30 then that is the right bedtime, if the child stays awake for a little longer whilst in bed then let them stay awake downstairs a little longer. Children still need at least 10 hours of sleep. It doesn’t matter what everyone else does or what parenting sites say, only your child can let you know when they’re ready for bed or ready to stay awake a little longer.
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You are doing great. Children’s brains require that sleep in order to function the Nashville Strong 2020 shirt. A little leeway on weekends and holidays is a good way to teach your kids that you can negotiate. My boys are 6 and nearly 9 I put them to bed at 9 and they go right to sleep, no issues. On the weekends they have no bedtime, they sleep where they fall. They get up in the morning with nearly no fuss and are mostly agreeable throughout the day. We have no issues getting her up in the mornings for school. Usually, on the weekends, her bedtime varies depending on what we have to do the next day. If we need to wake up early to get things done or whatever then she will go to bed at the same time as school days. Otherwise, she’s allowed to stay up as late as she wants and sleep in the next day.