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    Default Once a day Nap , Transitioning and going out.

    Hello ,

    My LO is 16 months old and lately his day sleeps are all over the place, I still put him down for the AM nap and if he sleeps its great! If not i get him up and he will sleep in the afternoon, so after a few weeks of this, I am now going to move him to one a day sleep at midday.
    But.... What do I do if we go out for lunch?? Do I just leave the nap altogether (if he wont sleep in the pram) or wait and give him one in the afternoon?
    I am just worried if he naps too late he might not go down at 7pm cause he is not tired?

    Thanks for your advise

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    Unfortunately we just don't get to do lunch at the moment! We do breakfast or an early dinner. Having a toddler who wants to be asleep out with you when you are having lunch doesn't make for a pleasant experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Unfortunately we just don't get to do lunch at the moment! We do breakfast or an early dinner. Having a toddler who wants to be asleep out with you when you are having lunch doesn't make for a pleasant experience
    This. Lunch out is just not an option for us at the moment. 2 kids who are usually asleep at 12:30 do not make lunch out fun. We often have morning tea (picnic) at the park.

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    We have our nap at 1:30pm.
    Can have lunch out or at home. Afternoons are at home instead

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    Okay, I can work around that just run errands in the morning and play dates etc..

    My only concern is, I have a lunch for my Grandmother that I really need to go to. Fingers crossed he will sleep in the pram

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    Quote Originally Posted by christie80 View Post
    Okay, I can work around that just run errands in the morning and play dates etc..

    My only concern is, I have a lunch for my Grandmother that I really need to go to. Fingers crossed he will sleep in the pram
    Maybe leave a little bit earlier so you can go for a walk and hopefully he will fall asleep.

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    Same as above, didn't do lunch out at that age.

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    As a once off you just have to hope. Maybe he'll fall asleep to/from in the car?

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    Like the others I really avoid making lunch plans... But if I can't avoid it I go and hope that he falls asleep in the car on the way home... Late naps don't really disrupts sons bedtime thankfully!

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    Thanks for all your help


 

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