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Where does your baby nap?

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milkyman Sun 28-Apr-13 10:27:58

Ours is 6mths DS and likes to nap in pram in hall after being pushed round the block...

DoodleAlley Sun 28-Apr-13 11:08:12

2 week old dd trying to get her napping in living room.

Having an older brother is hampering things somewhat though!

Dorisday13 Sun 28-Apr-13 11:14:00

Sling or pram!

CarlyRose80 Sun 28-Apr-13 18:10:12

My LO naps in cot (5 months) unless in car then he will fall asleep sometimes.

MoreSnowPlease Sun 28-Apr-13 18:11:23

Buggy for my DS 10 months. Unless he's sick in which case he has to feed to sleep on me.

InmaculadaConcepcion Sun 28-Apr-13 20:02:07

Pram, buggy, car seat, sling - depending on where we are and what we're doing! I haven't really tried him in the cot - DD never really napped in her cot and eventually I realised I preferred the fact that she napped in her buggy because it made her so much more portable at nap time. Especially once she would sleep in it while parked!!

melonribena Sun 28-Apr-13 21:33:52

Buggy, car or cot. Sleeps best in cot, is too darn nosy in the buggy!

melonribena Sun 28-Apr-13 21:34:17

Baby is just 9mths!

scratchandsniff Sun 28-Apr-13 21:37:35

After 6 months I've decided to stop stressing about it and let DS nap wherever seems most appealing to him at the time, usually a combination of cot, car, buggy or on me. Luckily he's ok about going in his cot at bedtime.

Nicknamefail Sun 28-Apr-13 22:38:21

6mo and either in the sling or in the pram- being walked to start with but then I can. (Can't go home though as live up 2 flights stairs and no lift sad

We went through a brief period of napping in the cot, but I can't imagine doing that now. Would be nice though, can't do anything when she is awake or asleep as she always commands my attention! The evenings are for house with, right?

Nicknamefail Sun 28-Apr-13 22:39:30

but then I can......stop

Nicknamefail Sun 28-Apr-13 22:40:12

Housework, not house with. Clearly I need to go to bed. Or preview my messages...

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