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    Default Sleep promoting sleep?

    Up until what age does sleep promote sleep??

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    I'm unsure exactly but maybe around 6-9 months or when ever they drop to 2 sleeps

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    I know at 11 months now if dd sleeps too much during the day it affects her night sleep so certainly not at her age! For her it was around the 9 month mark? Maybe a little earlier.

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    DD is 12 months and if she's overtired she won't sleep well and takes ages to settle. But she's pretty fixed on about 12-13 hours total in 24 so if she gets too much day sleep she will take it off her night total

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    DD is 12 months and if she's overtired she won't sleep well and takes ages to settle. But she's pretty fixed on about 12-13 hours total in 24 so if she gets too much day sleep she will take it off her night total
    That's true if dd is overtired it takes her a long time to settle. So I guess yes sleep still promotes sleep then, but not too much lol

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    DD is 22 months and I still find that sleep promotes sleep, if she has good naps she'll sleep all night till after 6am the less she sleeps during the day the earlier she'll wake up in the morning.

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    DS is 14mths and sleep promotes sleep here (as long as his nap doesn't run too late). If he is overtired in the evening he is likely to be up all night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    I'm unsure exactly but maybe around 6-9 months or when ever they drop to 2 sleeps
    This was true for us. About 9 months-ish I noticed that if our boy had his second nap later than 4pm then he wouldn't go down easily at 7pm. That time then became 3pm, and now 2pm is the cut-off.

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    About 20 months for us.


 

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