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    Default How long does your 2-3yo nap for?

    DD 3 in Sep, sleeps around 10hrs at night and naps for around 2hrs from 11ish. She fights her naps for about 5 minutes then is out like a light.

    I'm not too worried about her sleeping pattern though. She's a fire cracker that's always on the move AND apparently big sleepers make for super smart kiddies (not sure if that's correct- I just read it somewhere once and decided to roll with it ). Her big sis (7yrs) also slept like a trooper too so I know there is no harm in letting them sleep. It's not to bad on mums sanity either! Woohoo!
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    Last few days dd has woken at 5 am

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    My son is not quite 2 yet (22 months) some days he doesn't nap at all. When he does it can be anywhere from 40 minutes to 2 hours... Afternoons or morning.

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    My dd1 just turned 3 and naps for 1.5 -3.5 hours still, and 10ish hours at night. She argues about it but is out light a light.
    Actually I'm finding she now naps longer and better than she ever did, but she seems more crazy and hyper than ever so probably is tiring herself out.
    She can sleep till 530pm and still won't affect her 7ish bedtime.

    Makes up for the months of crap sleeping as a baby- she was awful lol.

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    Oh god this an old thread I started! And I just put a response she naps better than ever!!!
    Clearly was a phase haha

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    Did you reply to your own thread not realizing that it's yours??? That's so funny! I think it really shows how things change in our lives as mums. A reminder that "This too shall pass" and all that......
    Xxx

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