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20 month old stopped napping, should I be worried?

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sarahloula Sat 08-Dec-12 19:58:03

Also about a million dummies, can always find one and settle herself. She doesn't have them during the day,

sarahloula Sat 08-Dec-12 19:56:11

Hi, hope you get this as I realise a few days have passed. She's in a very strict daily routine and bedtime routine. Up at 7, breakfast (porridge and yoghurt), get dressed, play, snack (biscuits/fruit), play, lunch (sandwiches), play, tea (on Heinz, hipp, cow and gate 12 month plus meals...loves them), then bedtime which is bath, milk (on SMS stage 3), falls asleep on me then I carry her upstairs and out her in her cot. Didn't think she'd still be having milk and falling asleep on me but it's still working so will stick with it. She's always been a good sleeper though, slept through since 8 weeks. Really hope you find a solution, I can't imagine having to entertain a toddler all day and then not get my evening ad then have disrupted sleep. We went through a bit of a phase with dd a few months ago where she didn't seem to like her cot but we put some cuddly toys and a cot pillow in and fingers crossed not had a problem since. Good luck.

AmIGoingMad Wed 05-Dec-12 20:27:00

Please share what her daily routine/ diet/ bed routines are!!! Our DS is 22 months and is going through awful sleep stage at the moment. Can't seem to settle without one of us being in his room for an hour or sometimes two then wakes shouting and in hysterics throughout night but stops the second one of us goes in room!

sarahloula Tue 04-Dec-12 20:36:28

Thank you. It is lovely having the evening, I just thought it was very young to have stopped napping and all the books etc... seem to suggest she should still be napping.

iwasyoungonce Tue 04-Dec-12 20:32:28

P.S. 6pm til 7am?? Wow. Lucky you! grin

iwasyoungonce Tue 04-Dec-12 20:31:29

Don't be worried. My DS stopped at 16 months. He's now 3 and all is well!

sarahloula Tue 04-Dec-12 20:30:01

My DD stopped napping about 2 months ago. She sleeps really well at night 6pm until 7am the next morning. We have tried to get her back into a napping routine but she's having none of it. Should I be worried or is she just getting enough sleep at night?

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