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  1. #1
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    Default What is your 11 month old's routine?

    My DD is 11 months and I'm hoping she will transition to one big nap soon. This is her latest schedule... It's not to the minute each day but below is a typical day....

    6:30 - wake

    7:30 - bottle (200 mls)

    9:00 - breakfast

    9:30 - nap

    11:00 - wake

    1:00 - bottle (200mls)

    2:15 - lunch

    3:15 - nap

    4:45 - wake

    5:30 - bottle (300mls)

    6:45 - dinner

    7:20 - bath

    7:35 - bottle (50-100mls)

    7:50ish asleep

    Generally sleeps through, or will wake once for a bottle.

    She used to go to bed at 7 as her second nap started at 2:30 and was awake before 4, but now that she's not waking until after 4:30 we have pushed back her bedtime.

    What is your 11 month old's routine? Has anyone done the transition to one nap? How did you do it?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2009

    Default What is your 11 month old's routine?

    Hi :-)

    My DD is 14 months, but has had the same routine for the last few months.

    6.30am - wake
    7 - breakfast
    9 - nap
    10 - wake
    10.15 - morning tea
    12 - lunch
    12.30 - nap
    2.30 - wake
    3.30 - afternoon tea
    6 - dinner
    6.30 - bath
    7 - bed

    She is starting to skip her morning nap some days, but the routine is pretty well the same, she just has morning tea a little earlier.


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    Default What is your 11 month old's routine?

    My 11 month old does something like this:

    6am wake, breastfeed, play

    8am sleep

    9:30/10am wake, breakfast

    12noon/1pm (depending on how morning sleep went and how long we are out for - some days morning sleep is the short one) lunch, breastfeed, sleep

    1:30/2pm wake, snack, play

    4:30 dinner, bath, play

    6pm breastfeed, bed

    Lately she is waking at midnight and gets a breastfeed. She also wakes at 3am but I am not feeding her as we need to start weaning - she cries for about 15min then sleeps until about 6am.

    At this stage I am happy with this as she was waking 5 times a night until I started refusing to feed her at night, just need to work on those last two wake up calls.

  4. #4
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    Jun 2012
    My bubs routine has changed recently as I prepare to return to part time work & he goes to daycare. He use to wake at 630am but has started to instinctively wake up earlier (6am) whilst I'm trying to get ready for work. So much for trying to plan ahead!

    6am wake up
    630am breakfast
    730/45am drop off at daycare & 180ml formula
    830-10am nap
    1130-12pm lunch & 180ml formula about 20-30mins later
    2-330pm nap
    4pm afternoon snack
    530pm dinner
    630pm bath
    730pm 240ml formula


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