Typically at 9pm and he gets up at 9am.
He started fighting sleep at 9 months and crying. It would take me hours of me rocking him 20min, him waking and screaming as soon as I put him down, & repeat. Then I read never pick them back up, just let them know you are there for them, so I tried it- and it worked! If he started crying, I would stay in the room and sing to him and maybe rub his back 1 or 2x for a min. If he woke-up again as I snuck out of the room, I wouldn't go back in- I would sing over the monitor (it has two-way voice)- and he would go back to sleep.
This worked great until 2-3 weeks ago when he figured out he could pull-up on the side of the crib. As soon as I put him down, he would pull-up and cry. He didn't know how to get down, so I would place him back down and do the singing routine again. Last week I figured out I could stop all this simply by placing him down on his back (I was putting him down on his stomach because he always sleeps on his stomach, so I was "saving him the trouble" of rolling over. lol). Now I place him down on his back and he looks around for a couple minutes, rolls onto his stomach, and then goes to sleep instead of pulling-up.
If his eyes open for any reason, he immediately pulls-up and cries though. If I see him on the monitor and start with the singing, he will stop and start trying to go back to sleep mid-pull-up half the time at least.