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    I still nap when dd has her second arvo nap at 11 months.... I've always been a napper though if it's been a rough night I also nap when she goes for her morning one too!
    Trust me... The saying is true- it DOES get easier

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    My dd is just over 1.... if I can I still nap when she does! Naps are awesome! Do them for as long as you can!

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    I don't every day but at almost 15 months if DS is down for a nap and I'm tired, damn straight I'm having a nap!

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    My DS is 6 and i nap most days

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    I love napping <3

    I napped during the day before I even thought about having children, lol. Now I have one, it's just a good excuse ;-)

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    My DD is 10 w, she never sleeps in the day any longer than 20 mins unless she is in the baby carrier so I never get to nap.
    At night she goes 2-4 hourly before she needs feeding, the longest stint was 4hours.

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    Hah! It aggravates me when CHNs or middies say to nap when the baby does. I'd dearly love to, but since about 6 weeks old, DS only has super short naps. 20 minutes isn't long enough to even get myself to sleep, much less to have a refreshing nap!

    If you're one of the lucky ones whose baby sleeps longer during the day, I say take advantage of it for as long as you can- a daytime nap sounds wonderful!!!
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    I would have naps whenever you feel you need (or just want!) one. Sometimes I have them still and my DD is 10 weeks old. I find BFing can be exhausting some days.
    You are still recovering from a csec as well hun and rest only helps.

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    Um, youngest is 7 months and sleeps through the night but I still nap sometimes. Mr 3.5yr old wakes every night and pretty much always has done. Plus having 3 kids is just exhausting lol.

    Only my youngest naps but my older 2 will watch tv quietly so I sometimes sneak in a cat nap then.

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    As long as you can or want to.

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