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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    We dropped it at 2. She was refusing to go to sleep and was a nightmare to get to sleep at night.
    This. I miss naps

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    My dd2 is nearly 3. She has been napping somedays and not others for months. She gets 12 hours in a 24 hour period. If she naps during the day, she takes ages to fall asleep at night or wakes super early or is awake over night.

    So I think 40 minutes nap during the day might be what she needs to enable her to still sleep at night...

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    My DS had 2 hours at this age. Blissful!
    But yes sometimes it would go pear shaped like you describe and I'd lose it because I was so damn tired too and needed a rest. He'd sometimes go back to sleep when this happened. Might just be a phase for your little one. If she went back to sleep then I'd say she does need longer than 40 mins!!
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    1 1/2 - 2 hours. He is 3 in September. I have a baaaaad feeling hevis starting to not need it though as he used to go right to sleep at night but we have had a bit of a fight on our hands lately.

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    DS is 2 in June and sleeps for 1-2 hours. If he wakes up with any less than 2 he is cranky. But it's mostly 1.5.

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    DS at that age was napping 2-3 hours a day, DD is 2.5 and currently napping anywhere from 0-1 hours. DS is clearly my favourite child

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    DS is 2 and naps for 2-3 hours. He sleeps 11 hours overnight. I really really do not like all of this talk about kids dropping naps - the break is for me not him!

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    2-3 hours and 12 hours at night

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    2-3 hours and 12 hours at night
    Very jealous

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Ds 15months is slowly dropping his nap. On days with no nap he goes to bed early, on days with a 1.5hr nap he sometimes won't go to bed until very late!


 

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