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Rh1annon Sun 19-Jun-16 16:57:16

What time does everyone 9 month go to sleep also lo is walking on his toes is this okay

Iguessyourestuckwithme Sun 19-Jun-16 17:00:59

dc is 11 months now but used to sleep 7-6.30 and nap 9-10 and then 1-3 at 9 months

Rh1annon Sun 19-Jun-16 17:02:33

Mine ATM does 8.30 -7, 9.30 - 12.30 - 3.30 - 4.30

Rh1annon Sun 19-Jun-16 17:03:53

Just think now 8.30 seems a little late for his bedtime cause other mums say there lo go up about 6.30 -7 but he has his tea at 6.30

Iguessyourestuckwithme Sun 19-Jun-16 18:16:05

Wow he had a long morning nap. I think theyou only recommend 2.5 hours of daytime sleep at this age. I'm a nanny and we do 1 hour in the kerning and 2 after lunch although he's slowly cutting back to 20/30mi uses in the morning.

Rh1annon Sun 19-Jun-16 19:46:27

Yea he does after his breakfast but he's so hyper and on the go after it and until his next nap he also drinks and eats a lot so he is probo stogged

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sun 19-Jun-16 19:48:34

Same at 9mo as she does now at 11mo. 7.30-5.30 with a couple of wake ups through the night, morning nap 9-10 and afternoon 1-2.30ish.

Rh1annon Sun 19-Jun-16 21:03:08

How much milk did they have at 9 months and how many bottles

Iguessyourestuckwithme Sun 19-Jun-16 22:03:56

Milk wise 8oz @7 then 5oz @11 5oz @ 3.30 then 8oz @ 7pm

Now it's 8oz @ 8ish 5oz about 3ish then 8oz @ 7pm

MrsA2 Mon 20-Jun-16 03:12:46

Mine walked on her toes right until she started properly walking at 12 months. Other babies didn't seem to do it so I was a bit concerned but as long as they start to flatten in time then it's fine. Obviously pop to health visitor/GP for reassurance if needed though.

Rh1annon Mon 20-Jun-16 07:05:01

Mines on 8@7 , 7@9.30, 5@1.00, 5@3.30, 8@8

Rh1annon Mon 20-Jun-16 07:06:34

Took him to Clarks for shoes to see if that helps he can stand flat and walks flat some times but on his toes more when my partners hold his hand and he walks

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