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    Default Whats your toddlers daily schedule?

    What times does your toddler wake up in the morning and what time do they have their nap and what time do they go to bed at night?
    Also what time do they have their breakfast lunch and dinner?

    I am trying to figure out if DS is taking his nap too early or dinner too late because for the past week he just wont eat dinner and I just cant figure out why.

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    Wake at 7 am, no nap since he was 15 months old.

    Dinner st 4.30, bath at 5.00, vegemite s/which at 5.30, nurse and sleep 6/6.30

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    My DS has just turned 2 and he wakes at 6.15-30 has milk when he wakes, breakfast at 7-7.30, m/tea at 9-9.30, lunch around 11.30 sleeps from 12 til around 2, snack at 2.30-3, and dinner at 5.15-30. Has a cup of milk around 6.30. Bed at 7.
    Hope that helps, good luck.

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    I was going to start this very thread! DS won't eat his dinner the last few days either. He's 15 months and our day is usually like this.
    Wake up anytime between 7:30-8, sometimes 8:30 if he went to bed a bit late. (He sleeps for 13 hours.)
    Breastfeed when he wakes.
    8:30 breakfast
    10 morning tea
    11-11:30 breastfeed and nap
    12:30-1 up from nap
    Lunch
    3:30ish afternoon tress
    5 dinner
    5:30 shower
    6ish breastfeed.and down for the night.

    He seems to have a thing about having a nap around 11 no matter what time he got up for the day. And he's always awake by 1:15 at the latest.
    I'm not sure if I'm giving him lunch too late.

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    Wakes at 6ish breakfast 6.30 put abc for kids on....7.30 upstairs with mummy so mummy can get showered/ready. 9 - 10 more abc then stories to calm him down. 11 to12.30 nap time. Then lunch then we go out shopping or whatever 2.30 ish playing/ abc until daddy gets home a 4.30 isn

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    20 month DS in the last few weeks;
    Wakes 8.45 ish
    Brekky 9am
    Morning tea 10.30
    Lunch 1pm
    Nap 2-4pm
    Afternoon tea smoothie - 4.30
    Dinner -6.30
    200ml formula 8.30
    Teeth and bed 9ish

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    7ish wake up, milk and banana
    7.30 - toast
    10am - morning tea
    11.30am - lunch
    12/1- nap. I wake him after 2 hours if he doesn't wake earlier. Usually sleeps 1.5-2 hours
    2.30-3ish - afternoon tea.
    6 - dinner
    6.30 - bath, start bedtime battle
    9pm - finally fall asleep after 2 hours of cuddles

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    DS wakes up around 7am.

    7am: A cup of tea or Milo

    8am: Breakfast (DS has a good appetite and eats a whole pear, a whole banana and 3 weetbixes mixed with milk).

    10am: We leave the house to go to playgroup, the park, shops, etc. Anywhere to get him to run out his energy.

    11am: Morning tea which is an apple/carrot/some Tiny teddies, etc

    12.30pm: Lunch

    1.00pm/1.30pm: Nap. He sleeps anywhere between 1,5 and 3 hours.

    3.30/4.00pm: He wakes from his nap and immediately wants to go outside to play with his bikes or with the neighbourhood kids. He will have 2 cups of water and some little bites while playing. Some cheese, raw carrot/brocooli, rice crackers,etc

    5pm: We go inside and he watches some ABC for kids

    5.30pm: Shower

    6.30pm: Dinner

    7pm: Story time and cuddles

    7.30pm: Bed and lights out.

    By the way the term "toddler" is rather a big term. What age is your DS?
    Toddler is anywhere between 12 and 36 months.
    My DS is 30 months aka 2,5yo and his routine now is very different from when he was 14 months.

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    Almost 3 yr old
    Awake between 7:15 and 9am immediate breakfast
    Shower
    Morning tea around 9.30 (if he wants it)
    Lunch at 12 then straight to bed for 1-2:5 hours
    Then afternoon tea
    Dinner:between 5 and 6.30
    Shower if he needs one
    6.40 Pjs and in the night garden
    Bedtime:8
    Sleep by 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnysmama View Post
    I was going to start this very thread! DS won't eat his dinner the last few days either. He's 15 months and our day is usually like this.
    Wake up anytime between 7:30-8, sometimes 8:30 if he went to bed a bit late. (He sleeps for 13 hours.)
    Breastfeed when he wakes.
    8:30 breakfast
    10 morning tea
    11-11:30 breastfeed and nap
    12:30-1 up from nap
    Lunch
    3:30ish afternoon tress
    5 dinner
    5:30 shower
    6ish breastfeed.and down for the night.

    He seems to have a thing about having a nap around 11 no matter what time he got up for the day. And he's always awake by 1:15 at the latest.
    I'm not sure if I'm giving him lunch too late.

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    My DS is also 15 months! Pretty much the same schedule as yours, only he has dinner around 6~6:30 bath at 7pm and bedtime cuddles at 7:30pm.
    For the past 3 days now he just wont eat dinner! He still has breakfast, morning tea, lunch (not as much), afternoon tea, but no dinner! I have tried cutting down his afternoon snack, changing menu, distractions, let him feed himself, he still wont eat dinner. But he still goes to bed alright. Dont know what to do! Totally worried!
    Please let me know if you come up with something that works


 

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