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May 05, 2010


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I have a question. I have a 13 month old and an almost 3 year old. Our youngest cut out her 2nd nap rather quickly (several months ago). Is this normal? Has it happened to anyone else?


nicole...my little one stopped taking a second nap at about 9 months. maybe it is because there is so much more going on that they do not want to miss, or maybe becasue there is too much noise :) either way i was glad to be out of the nap trap sooner than later. i just ended up putting her to bed earlier.

as for the nap trap i found it easier to adjust the baby nap than the toddler. i would get her up for the day earlier then she took an earlier nap, and the second nap fell closer to the timing of the toddlers. it goes by so fast that it was like they said by the time you rearrange it, the situation will change. this way you do not have to readjust the toddler nap when the baby starts taking only one nap a day :)


Sometimes you just have to stay in the house from 10-4!!! It's a great time to get things done around the house. I often prepare dinner so that I just have to throw it together around 5 (like cutting up veggies, making sauces, etc). Also, I moved my toddler's (2 1/2)nap back to 1. She sleeps from 1-3:30 and Baby (12 mo) goes down for her second nap around 2....so I usually get an hour or so to myself! Just fiddle with the schedules a little. Maybe waking Baby up from her nap a little earlier in the morning or having Toddler stay up a little later before the afternoon nap--and soon you'll be getting out of the house more often. Good luck!


I have a 17 month gap between my first two and a 21 month gap between my second and third. My first two were easy to coordinate, but my second and third were off a bit. I found that I had to be more flexible with my middle son's nap and I was more of a stickler witht he afternoon naps. That worked out pretty well and it gave me a constant daily break between 12 and 3 p.m.


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