Here’s Exactly When Your Kid Should Go To Bed

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  • Posted: August 2, 2017 14:36

    Dorothy Searing Christensen

    We Knew this even though ,no one told us .called COMMON SENSE
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 14:36

    Nichola Allshouse

    Stop telling parents how to parent!!!!! My kids goes to bed when i put them to bed! These "experts" and their "studies" are all full of BULLSHIT!!!!! PARENTS....... if your kid is happy, healthy, and growing YOU ARE DOING A GREAT JOB AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!!!
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 14:36

    Amy Elizabeth

    It's all well and good to want to get more sleep but children's sleep is so much more regulated by where they are developmentally. This isn't just physical development; their circadian rhythms change as they grow. They need different bedtimes at different ages, and the amount of sleep they need changes too. This doesn't even mention the difficulty of putting kids to bed earlier than your routine, or that it doesn't work if the kid doesn't p much immediately pass out. That extra 20 min is nothing if they spend it rolling around in bed and not actually sleeping.
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 14:49

    Jessyka Hawkom

    It's time to rethink posting anything besides recipes, Delish.
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 15:13

    Robbie Reaser Horning

    I'm stunned that anyone can disagree with this. Children should have a routine which includes a sensible bedtime.
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 15:20

    Janice Baldwin

    "Prepare dinner so when they get home from school, they can eat." Blahahaha....they assume I cook dinner. I don't even get home until late sometimes. They should have to cook me dinner (lol). This must be why my kid is dumb....not enough sleep?!?!? (that was sarcasm)
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 16:20

    Caitlin Rae Amburn

    I am able to put my child to bed earlier now that she has started kindergarten since she is no longer required to nap at daycare! Mommy can actually get to bed at a decent hour after homework!
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 17:32

    Renee C Bulmer

    My kids went to bed at seven when they were little, then eight until about fifth grade, then it got changed to nine. Then ten by high school.
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 17:36

    Kristin Bastedo

    One, parenting advice from a recipe page? And two, do people actually put their 18 month old to bed after 10 pm on a regular basis??
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 18:20

    Leah Rumsey

    Gina Leigh Vought Brooklyn should maybe read this article... Fyi: By these parental guidelines it will pretty much shave 1 hour at least off her bedtime. Mom and Dad, your doing a great job! 😉
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 20:07

    LeeAnn Thomas

    My aunty used to put my cousins to bed at 430. You know what time they were up at? 2. AM. 😂
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 20:54

    Louise Gillespie

    Then delish you better start going to bed earlier because you're so ridiculous lately. Really loved you when you stuck to food, but you're so stupid when it comes to everything else. Apparently many people agree with me. Do you read these responses? Stick to food or be gone!!!
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 22:14

    Sydney Levin

    April Price that looks like Nico !
  • Posted: August 2, 2017 22:28

    Eunice Bentley

    Children should go to bed when they are tired and get up when they need to. Eventually their bedtime will change so that they are getting however much sleep they need to get.
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 09:11

    Michelle Hughes

    I've always felt that is was important for our kids to have a bedtime routine. Since my daughter was born, our kids bedtime had been 9:00 and nap time at 1pm. Their attitudes are also much better when they've had a good nights sleep and their nap. I've been around children that are on and schedule and those that are not, there really is a difference.
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 12:53

    Jessica Lynn Medley

    9 isn't too bad but 6pm? My kids get off the bus at 4:30, have chores, homework and baths. And sorry but we aren't eating dinner at 5pm lol. Many kids also have sports/scouts ect. Earlier bedtime and more sleep would also be easier if young children went to school 20 hours a week instead of 40+
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 13:12

    Sherry Rowe Hussey

    Bullshit. I've been nocturnal since conception. I'm very healthy and my IQ is 172. I graduated college with a gpa of 3.65. Defund all these stupid studies. Allow parents to parent without guilt!
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 13:32

    Tabatha Andrews

    I know someone that lets them go to sleep when they feel, 7pm, 11pm, 1am.... I enjoy a routine personally and my nightly quiet time. My kids bedtime is 8pm. My daughter is 9yr and still is usually ready for bed all on her own. My son is 2yr and use to it to.
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 17:46

    Teresa Durham

    You should work around your own schedule inside of your families, yes, but you should put the children first and if that means that they go to bed at a time too early for you, get your selfish selves over it. It's your job to take care of them, not for them to be convenient for you.
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 22:35

    Mandy Gustafson

    Love this I know so many parents that have their kids run around nine 10 o'clock at night and it irritates the living hell out of me their butts should be in bed
  • Posted: August 3, 2017 23:01

    Ashley Reinl Doherty

    Everyone has a routine, timing is not what matters, as long as they are getting enough sleep. Not everyone has the same work or school schedule. It doesn't mean they are doing something wrong.
  • Posted: August 4, 2017 00:06

    Rasan Leathers

    Who cares what an article has to say. Parents that are doing their job dont need to read junk articles. Give it a rest...pun intended!
  • Posted: August 4, 2017 05:47

    Diane Flanagan

    This flushed out some real ignorance. Be a PARENT, not a friend and put your kids to bed at an age appropriate time. 7:30p works for 3-7 or so 8:30 for 9 and older etc.
  • Posted: August 4, 2017 10:33

    Ed Palma

    Hey Delish! Keep it to food and stop telling people what they SHOULD do. Eff off.
  • Posted: August 5, 2017 17:51

    Celeste Brown

    Its always been 9pm for my sons. Jus common sense to put them to bed so that they get their adequate amount of sleep needed. Getting up@6-7am (8hrs a night, maybe a nap in as well) DAM! sounds like my sleeping schedule now!