With 3 kids under age 5, you would not think I'd get to sleep past 6. And you'd be right.
There are two bedrooms here, plus a sofa bed, a fold-out bed, and a crib. We ruled out the crib for any regular use because, frankly, what would our baby do with it? Grandma and Grandpa actually took the room with two littler beds, because those beds looked the most comfy and they were not about to sleep on the sofabed. The sofabed was ruled out altogether, then, because we were not about to sleep on it, nor were we going to assign children to sleep on it.
The king-sized bed held our entire nuclear family with the exception of The Bear, who slept on the fold-out bed jammed in next to the king-size. Although he was scared to go to sleep initially, he was fine after some extra time in there with Daddy.
We would have sent The Boy to bed earlier, but again, it's his trip, so he gets to do what he wants.
So, everyone else is sleeping, and I'm out in the living room with a wakey baby.
Looking right at a very innocuous Christmas tree. Which my kids see, so far, as just decoration.