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    Default 8 mth old sleeps...

    DS is having a 30-40min nap of a morning at about 10/10.30am (usually while im out and about doing things with DD).
    Then has 2.5-3hrs of an avro from 1.15pm.

    im wondering what sort of sleep routine are other's on around this age? I thought the one sleep didnt happen untill 12mths (14mths for my DD) but he seems to be happy about me phasing out his morning sleep already.

    forgot to add he's up anywhere between 7-8am. Bedtime at night is 7pm.
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    My 9 month old has a very similar routine. Up at 7am, down again at about 10am (sleeps anywhere from 30mins to 1.5hrs), down again at 2pm (sleeps anywhere from 1.5-3hrs), bedtime is then at 7pm.

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    Ditto above

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    Bed time depends on if we've been out, or if I've worked, but she usually wakes around 8ish, back in bed between 9.30-10 for about 1.5hrs. Afternoon nap goes down between 2 and 3 and can cm sleep up to 2 hours. If we're home she's usually in bed again by 8pm. This is really all conditional upon whether we're out or not though

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    Mine has just started having decent (for her) sleeps, which is 1.5 hours in the morning from 9-10.30 and 30-60 minutes in the afternoon at around 2. She sleeps from about 6.30-6.30 over night with 1-3 wake ups. Some babies just don't need as much sleep as others.

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    thanks for the replies. sorry its a boring thread but i dont have anyone else to ask!


 

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