My son is 19 months and it's been day 2 that he dont want a day nap wat should I do I don't want him to drop it as im pregnant with number 2 and really need him to have a nap during the day cause I'm so exhausted
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13-03-2015 14:37 #21Junior Member
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13-03-2015 15:21 #22Senior Member
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my DD started to go down to only 1 nap at 18 months, then it took a year before she completely dropped the last nap. She's 3 now, and still has the occasional afternoon nap.
13-03-2015 15:44 #23Senior Member
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DD1 napped every day until just over 4 when she started Kindy (was down to an hour a day). She now doesn't nap Tues-Thurs as they are Kindy days but naps 2 hours per day on non-Kindy days (Fri-Mon). She begs for a nap on those days!
DD2 is almost 2 and naps 3-4 hours every day.
13-03-2015 16:11 #24
When did your toddler drop the day nap?
DD just turned 3 and still goes into her cot every day. Will either not sleep (70% of the time) and if she does it will be between 40 minutes and 1.5 hours.
I hope she waits until DS is sleeping through the night (and I no longer need a day nap) before she drops her cot time all together!
13-03-2015 17:11 #25
I though dd was dropping hers around 18mths as she used to fight it until the end...but she turns 3 next week and still has a solid 1.5hrs everyday so it must have just been a fussy phase.
Until it starts affecting her bedtime/night sleep, I'm more than happy as she is a grump without it and I can get things done whilst she & 5mth ds sleep!
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