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  •   -   02/24/2019

    We're in Eastern Time and tend to travel west more often than not, so time zone changes mean our kids end up in bed later by default. A 7 PM bedtime here means we'd be starting our bedtime routine in the middle of dinner in Central or Mountain time!

  •   -   03/14/2019

    When they were younger, I let them stay up late, though not past 10. as preteen/teen they stay up with us, unless they want to go to bed.

  •   -   03/06/2019

    We do try as much as possible to stick to the same times. However, time changes are another story. Last year we went to Maui and our 5 year old woke up, put her bathing suit on and wanted to go to the pool at 2 a.m. since we put her to bed at her normal bedtime at home. So, we have learned to be a bit more flexible with bedtimes on vacations.

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