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Day time naps for a 10 month

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hayleylou Mon 30-May-05 13:15:53

Just wondered how long your children have durring the day. DD is 10 months and she has an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon. She goes to bed at 7.30 and gets up at 7.30! Does this seem to much?

hermykne Mon 30-May-05 13:22:54

hayleylou
my ds naps for 30mins around 9am and then 1 1/2hr at 1pm and goes to bed at 7 / 7.30 and up anytime between 6-7am

it doesnt seem to much at all
but u might like to get her to take one big nap of 2hrs at noon if it suit s you

hunkermunker Mon 30-May-05 13:24:26

Nope! Not too much - each child is different.

DS is 13mo and slept for FOUR hours yesterday - slept through from 8.30-8am too That is unusual, but he'll usually do two to two and a half hours easily in the morning (only has one nap now).

Gobbledigook Mon 30-May-05 13:26:07

Seems fine. Ds3 is 9 months and he sleeps from 7.30pm to 7.30am and then has a nap from about 11am to 1-2pm (sometimes I have to wake him to pick up my older ones from nursery but otherwise he sleeps till about 2pm). So about the same as yours but his daytime sleep is not split.

Toothache Mon 30-May-05 13:32:46

Hayleylou - My ds is nearly 4 and he sleeps that much!

hayleylou Mon 30-May-05 13:33:15

Thanks for the replies, I only ask coz my dp thought she had to much, but I was quite happy with her sleeping pattern!!

tassis Mon 30-May-05 13:52:10

I'd say this seems pretty good and not dissimilar to what my ds was doing at 10 months.

Mel06 Tue 31-May-05 10:25:04

hayleylou sorry to jump in on your thread but my 11mth dd does 45mins - 1hr in the morning and 1-2 hrs in the afternoon. She goes to sleep by 7pm but has begun waking up between 5-6 am but is still very tired. Even if she sleeps less during the day it makes no difference to her early morning waking. I've blocked out the light in her room so can't be the sun waking her. Anyone got any ideas ?? Thanks

dinny Tue 31-May-05 10:31:27

my ds the same, Mel - soooooo annoying. My dd did it too (she's 3 now). Did grow out of it by about 18 months-ish (if that's not too depressing a thought!)

Mel06 Tue 31-May-05 10:33:57

Thanks Dinny. Yes I hope she does grow out of it. I am having to go to bed at 9.30pm just to get through the day.

dinny Tue 31-May-05 10:53:55

knackering. ds feeds loads in night too. gggrrr. still, it's a phase, I hope.

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