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    DD was 2
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    DS2 is 3yrs and 4months and still naps three to four times a week. It's starting to make bedtimes interesting but I so need a rest during the day that I'm just letting it go atm.

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    Dd1 still sleeps 1-2hrs on home days, 1-1.5hrs on daycare days and none on kindy days. She is 4.5yo.
    Dd2 naps 1.5-3hrs every day tho capped at 2hrs at daycare. She is 2.5yo.

    I nap 1-3hrs 4 days a week. I'm 31yo. On days I don't nap ie today, I need to be in bed by 8.30pm.

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    DS is 2.5 and has just started dropping his, although he still needs it as often it will get to 5pm and he will fall asleep on the couch. Also if we go in the car any time past 11am he usually falls asleep.

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    Dd is 3 and naps for about 1-2hrs at kindy (3days a week).

    When she is home it just depends. Some days she just keeps going and going and going..... Until 4pm when she tries to have a short nap (which I try to not let happen) because she won't be in bed till 10pm!

    Other days she has a great little rest at anywhere between 11 - 1:30.....

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    DSS needed one until last year (7 now), and needs one occasionally now... that probably has more to do with the amount of activities he does though, as DSD (9) has started asking to have naps too.

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    Default When did your toddler drop the day nap?

    My 3 eldest daughters all napped until they started school at 4-5, DD4 (3) will still have a 2 hour nap every second day.

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    Ds napped right up until prep. Dd stopped at 2.5yrs and it was the saddest day of my life (okay that's a slight exaggeration)

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    Ds stopped at 2. He was ready as there was barely a transition period at all.

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    DS turned 4 last month and seems to have stopped the day naps completely.

    He has cut down on his naps very gradually.

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    My DD stopped at 18 months and has not had a single nap since. Not one!


 

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