One additional thought as well: the more you sleep, the more you can train.
Life constraints need to be respected–work, family, etc–but it’s important to acknowledge that sleep is a hugely important factor. If you find that early mornings are wearing you down, don’t grind through. It’ll end up biting you in the long run.
As Scott J. said, long runs are better, so it sounds like this could be win-win for you. You could do both longer runs and longer sleeps, just on different days.