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    AndrewTheEmu is offline Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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    DD at 12 months was
    up between 630 and 7am
    milk then breakfest at 7am
    10am morning tea
    1130 lunch
    12pm sleep (lasting anywhere between 2 - 4 hours)
    afternoon tea (how much depending on what time she woke and if shell make it to dinner)
    5pm dinner
    6pm bath
    7pm bed.
    If she did wake over night I wasnt feeidng her, just offering blanket, dummy or cuddle sleeps in my bed

    Now shes 20 months
    awake anytime between 530am and 730am
    breakfest
    930 morning tea
    12 lunch
    1pm sleep (lasting anywhere between 1.5-3.5 hours)
    dinner between 5-6pm
    bath
    bed between 7 - 8pm

    Last week she was waking at 7am but falling back asleep at 1030

    She basically does what she wants now but at 12 months we stuck to a pretty strick routine.

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    17 month old - has had same routine for months now

    7am - wake up, breakfast
    9.30 - morning tea
    11.30 - lunch
    12-2.30pm - nap
    3-5pm - play/afternoon tea
    5.30 - dinner
    6.30 - bottle, in the night garden
    7pm - bed!

    I find 7-7 works for us

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    until DS (11 months) started day care 2 weeks ago this was his general routine
    sleep at 9-10pm
    wake for feed 5-6
    sleep until 7-830
    feed/breaky after waking
    sleep 12-3
    lunch at 3 or when wakes up
    feed 5ish
    dinner 7
    then feed, shower, bed

    going to daycare has really screwed him up, hes waking 2-4 times a night and spending most of the night in our bed (grrr, i like my space!) at the moment, hopefully this will settle soon


 

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