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I think 7 is fine - depending on what time Gabe will wake up. We go up to Bella's room to put her to bed at 8:00 every night - by the time she drinks her bottle and burps, it's usually around 8:30. She sleeps about 10 - 12 hours a night, so we don't have to worry about her waking up at a ridiculous time, so it all depends on Gabe's sleep pattern. But generally speaking, no, 7 is not too early.
Elise goes to bed between 7 and 8pm she accually sleeps better and she gets up once to eat at 3-4am ish and back to bed untill at least 7am. I am trying to teach her the day does not start untill 7am but she sleeps untill then most days
I say, if it works for you...then do it...We are sleepers in our house and I work second shift, so Kylie is down about 10:00p and will sleep till 8:30a-9:00a..be up for an hour or two and back down for a nap!
*People who mind don't matter, and people who matter don't mind.*
Well, I am working with Peyton to get her on a better schedule. Right now I start getting her ready for bed (bath, story nurse) at 7p. By 730 all that is just about done and I lay her down. She is STILL getting up multiple times a night - usually every 2 hours so that by 1145 when I'm ready to go to bed I just take her in bed with me - I'm LAZY. However, I've ordered two good books recommended to me on a gentle way of getting a child to sleep through the night. I can't wait for it to show up.
I'm also thinking that Peyton may be ready for solids. I can't think of any other reason why she gets up every 2 hours at night to eat but can wait 3-4 during the day - I wish it was the other way around.
She goes down for a nap at about 9a on weekends and 10a on weekdays. That is about *** scheduled as I can get so far. The afternoon nap is hit or miss because I am usually getting the boys from school.