Making Your Home A Haven: Waking Up

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This week Tammy is challenging us to set a time for waking up and getting out of bed.  This is something I need to do.   The bed is so cozy in the morning and I sometimes find it hard to get out of.  Anyway, I have been doing pretty good with getting to bed on time, so getting up will be much easier since I have had a good night’s rest.  I would like to start the day at 6:00 – 6:30 am.  If I get up at this time, it will give me a few minutes to spend in quiet and prayer before the children are up and our day begins. 

8 thoughts on “Making Your Home A Haven: Waking Up

  1. Sounds great! Good luck! This is going to be a hard one for me. I am such a night owl!
    Elizabeth @

  2. thanks for stopping by my blog! i hope your little one is doing better. i can empathize with getting through the night with sick little ones! hope all is turning around and everyone is getting rest. i ended getting up at 5:15 ish when the dog licked my face, and the kids quickly followed at 5:30!!!


  3. This is something I really struggle at!! I would LOVE to wake up earlier and know when I do, I always have much more time to do things around the house. I need to work better at this! Good luck to you as well! 🙂

  4. That is such a good challenge. I've been working to get up at 5 or 5:30 to beat the kids up and to have some quiet time before everyone is asking for breakfast. It is so hard to do though!

  5. Good for you, I'm hoping to start getting up by 6, but for now I need my sleep when dealing with sick ones during the night. 🙂

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