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    Dd is 3.5yrs and still ahving a good 1.5-2 hrs during the day smae as DS whos 21 months

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    Stopped at 9 months, started again at 12 months.
    From about 15 months - 18 months had one most days. then about 3 day sleeps a week for a bit.
    Now, at 2.25 years she has one maybe once a week.

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    2.5 ish for both kids

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    DD dropped hers just after she turned 2.

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    DS1 had dropped his by 2. DS2 is 3 in October and picks and chooses which days he has a nap. Usually 3 days out of the week he will nap, but even when he doesn't sleep he has 1.5-2hours of down/quiet time in his room.

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    DD1 was 2 yrs 4 months. DD2 is 21 months and hasn't had a day sleep for a week now. It's a nightmare. She is so grumpy by 5pm. Thankfully she is in bed by 6.30-6.45 most nights and sleep until about 7/7.30 the next morning.

    My MIL keeps telling me "she is too young, she needs to have a day sleep"..... yep I know that but what the hell am I supposed to do? Drug her (I dont think so). Let her scream in her cot for an hour until she drops off (again I dont think so).

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    2 1/2. DD went from 2 hours to nothing in one day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    2 1/2. DD went from 2 hours to nothing in one day!
    My DS is 22 months and still has a nap from 12-2pm everyday.

    I dread the day he doesn't take a nap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FemmeFatale View Post
    My DS is 22 months and still has a nap from 12-2pm everyday.

    I dread the day he doesn't take a nap!
    My DS is exactly the same = 22 months and naps from 12-2.

    He is so full-on when he is awake. I NEED those 2 hours in order to retain some sense of sanity.

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    Thanks for the replies!! I enjoy her arvo nap! Its when i try and workout. Sigh i hope she keeps it up till like 4 haha. I second mumma needs a break

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