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routines for and 18m.o

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booboo2010 Mon 15-Aug-11 14:55:04

mines usually

7:30 bottle then gets up has breakfast

1:00 lunch

5:00 dinner

6:00 bath

6:30 bed

anything else i should be doing or improvments needed to be made

LeMousquetaireAnonyme Tue 16-Aug-11 11:29:57

Woah! 13 h sleep and going 14 h + without eating at night!
not sure what you are asking though, if the schedule fits you and your family and your LO is happy, why change?

sunndydays Tue 16-Aug-11 13:51:22

DD is 14 months this is quite detailed, hope you don't mind....

7pm wake up & breakfast

8:00 wash and dress

8:45 nap for usuall an hour and a half

10:30 snack

12:00 lunch

1:00 nap for up to an hour and a half

3:00 snack

4:30/5:00 dinner

6:15 bath

6:30 milk (1/2 ounces if we are lucky) and bed

tinky19 Thu 18-Aug-11 15:01:13

My 16mo DS

7.30am wake up/ bottle

8.30 breakfast

9.00 wash/ teeth

11.00 snack

1.00 lunch

1.30 sleep (hour and a half)

4.00 snack

6.00 dinner

7.00 bath followed by milk

8.00 bed

We are trying to move things forward to an earlier bedtime but to be honest I don't want to loose the mid day sleep which gives me some peace.
smile

tinky19 Thu 18-Aug-11 15:01:57

Snacks are also not rigid part of the day.

MrsHoolie Thu 18-Aug-11 18:14:55

15m DS...pretty much the same as yours.

7am wake up/milk
8am breakfast

12pm lunch

12:30-2:30pm nap

5pm tea

6:30bath then bed at 7pm

Does your DS have a nap in the day?

bail Thu 18-Aug-11 19:47:00

Maybe mine is a bit young to be of interest to you?

My DS is 13 months

6.30 - wake and bottle (5oz)
7.30 - brekkie
9am - nap (I wake him after 30 mins)
10 - light snack and drink
11.45 - lunch
12.30 - nap for min 1hr 30mins
2 - bottle (4oz)
3.30 - light snack
5.15/5.30 - dinner
6.30 - bath
7 - milk (8oz) and bed

tassisssss Thu 18-Aug-11 19:51:14

booboo, if it works for you I'd not change it.

I tend to do lunch nearer 12 than 1 when my guys are under 5, but no good reason...I think I started this when they were moving from 2 daytime naps to one and I was trying to condition them to make the one nap over lunchtime! Early lunch could push them on so I used to give it anytime from 11.30!

Also at this age mine would nap from 1ish to 3ish, but if yours is going 13 hours at night and this is working for you, go with it!

CatL Thu 18-Aug-11 20:33:58

19 month old:
6-7am - wake up (usually nearer 6) then milk and nappy change
8ish - breakfast.
10.30 ish - nap for 2 hours
1.00 lunch
5.30 tea
7.00 bath then milk
7.30 bed.
Timing varies a lot to fit in with how early she has woken up (could be later than 7 if had a disturbed night), if we need to go somewhere for a set time etc.
No set routines for snacks - DD is a fussy eater so focus on more on mealtime, but will give one or two snacks depending on how long between meals, if I am having one, if she seesm hungry etc.

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