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    Atm we are getting one 40-50 min day sleep. I bet we will get one of those kids who gives up day naps waaay to soon. Lol

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    I wouldn't be surprised if we do the same. He still needs mostly two naps since he's a catnapper I was hoping he'd be on one bigger sleep by now

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    I would go crazy without DS's nap! Still has a 1.5-3 hour nap.

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    That's what I thought we had Kazza until ds started napping 2-3hrs in the afternoon. Just need to wear him out in the morning!

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    I find the longer I push DS morning sleep out the less he sleeps. He seems to need to go down 3.5 hours after first waking then sometimes he sleeps for 1.5 hours (never longer omg heids 3 hours sound amazing!). Today he woke from his 40min sleep at 12:10 so don't think I can put him down for an afternoon sleep without it screwing up bedtime. Not that that's been consistent anyway thanks to his hfm

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    Yeah ds has had some late bedtimes recently. 10:30-11pm. If he has a quiet morning he sometimes will miss his nap which is ok, early bedtime. But often a quiet morning just means a late nap from 3-5 or 6. Love cc days atm as he sleeps 12:30-3:30 approx.

    Late naps on a thurs or fri is great though. We just go late night shopping!

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    She sleeps 12.5 at night

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    Ds is usually at least 10 overnight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Atm we are getting one 40-50 min day sleep. I bet we will get one of those kids who gives up day naps waaay to soon. Lol
    That's dd we think she'd be tired but no she's the energizer bunny and called the mad girl at daycare as always on the go and screaming

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    DS slept for 3 hours at the zoo today, waking at 4.45, but still crashed in bed at 8! Must be a growth spurt or milestones coming up... And travelling fatigue I guess too.


 

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