So let me get this straight you are to pray all night???
By no means, one does not have to pray all night but one does what one can.
If that means praying a bit more after Isha and then heading off to bed, then that’s good.
Alternatively, getting up a bit early before Fajr and praying in the last third of the night is also good.
If you can do both, even better and so on and so forth.
Human beings tend to gravitate towards extremes (either we do too much or too little) and being moderate is actually something we all have to learn and work on.
Unfortunately there is no escaping that this takes time and effort.
If you ever see a baby from young and marvel how when it’s first born, it cannot even move from just lying on its back. Thereafter it begins to turn over, then crawl, then starts to stand up and subsequently learns how to walk and eventually run!!
All too often we start off lying on our back and expect to be running the next second!!
And whilst it’s good to try and emulate those that are ‘running’ we have to appreciate we may not be at that level and hence we need to focus on bringing ourselves up rather than being discouraged at our own inability compared to others.
In summary, therefore, try and work out a schedule that is realistic and will be achievable and inshaAllah try and implement it during every day of Ramadhan. Good deeds done regularly (even if small) are far weightier than lots of good deeds performed only haphazardly.
Also I know this sounds stupid all these questions, but please be patient.
Fret not, that’s why we have this community so we can all benefit from each other!