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    Aw don't feel bad. Dropping naps is always a hard stage for everyone involved.

    For me, I would probably have tried stretching out the second nap as late as possible (although you probably did try to!) and maintained the bed time. Some days are just always going to go like this though, and it's nobody's fault.

    Did you figure out what woke her up so early?

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    Omg. We have 3yo DS who sometimes naps and sometimes doesn't. Its been going on for weeks. It is hell.

    I generally move everything earlier on an early wake up day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Omg. We have 3yo DS who sometimes naps and sometimes doesn't. Its been going on for weeks. It is hell.

    I generally move everything earlier on an early wake up day.
    OMG WHO ARE THESE THREE YEAR OLDS WHO NAP AND WHERE IS MINE

    Seriously ripped off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Aw don't feel bad. Dropping naps is always a hard stage for everyone involved.

    For me, I would probably have tried stretching out the second nap as late as possible (although you probably did try to!) and maintained the bed time. Some days are just always going to go like this though, and it's nobody's fault.

    Did you figure out what woke her up so early?
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    Yep, I tried but she literally passes out after her music class at 1pm so I've got no hope..

    No idea what woke her up at 5.. Brought her into bed with me then and she somehow seemed to pee in our bed ( 😳 ) so she only got an hour or so and was up at 7 and back down at 8.30.. Just been a ****box day all round. Currently trying a resettle and she's asleep on my chest. Such a clingy age. Is this normal about now?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Omg. We have 3yo DS who sometimes naps and sometimes doesn't. Its been going on for weeks. It is hell.

    I generally move everything earlier on an early wake up day.
    Sorry it's a headache in your house too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    OMG WHO ARE THESE THREE YEAR OLDS WHO NAP AND WHERE IS MINE

    Seriously ripped off.
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    OMG WHO ARE THESE THREE YEAR OLDS WHO NAP AND WHERE IS MINE

    Seriously ripped off.
    Smug face - my 3.5yo naps every day too. And my 5.5yo would nap every day of school didn't cramp her style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    OMG WHO ARE THESE THREE YEAR OLDS WHO NAP AND WHERE IS MINE

    Seriously ripped off.
    If he naps he is up late.

    No nap and either he falls asleep at 4 or 5 while playing ir gets his 3rd wind and is a terror all afternoon.

    Although I do admit I prefer the nap days...

    Its so hard entertaining a toddler all day.

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    My 2yo just sobbed herself to sleep because I wouldn't let her sleep in my 4yos bed. The 4yo and I were both in her room offering comfort but she just lay on her bed sobbing her heart out.

    As I said, you can't win them all. And it will only get worse!

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    Try for a catnap but make sure its awhile after 2nd nap and limit to 45mins max.
    My DS2 is 6mths and a shocking sleeper. I just go with the flow as its the only way we're all coping


 

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