We're still working on ours. My twins are almost 4 months now.
6:30-7:00am - wake for feeding then back to sleep (sometimes only 1 goes back down)
9:00 - wake up for morning play
10:30 - feeding and trip to library or walk (if the weather is good)
12:00 - feeding and afternoon nap starts
1:30~2:00 - wake for afternoon play (sometimes feeding)
5:00~6:00 - feeding and evening nap starts
7:30~8:00 - wake for evening play
9:00 - feeding and short nap
9:30 ~ 9:45 - wake for final night play
12:00 midnight - feeding and sleep for the night
4:00 am - occasional feeding then back to sleep
As I said, still working on getting them onto a better schedule. Lately, they've been pretty good about getting to bed around midnight, but sometimes one or the other is still awake for another hour to hour and a half. Times with the ~ sign are approximations for the starting time of an event.
Playtime consists of floor time, play mats, reading books aloud, bouncy chairs and hand motion songs, bouncy gyms, ASL practice, music, dancing with mommy or grandparents, etc.
Ours changes all the time! I remember with my son it was quite regular but with my daughter whenever I think we have a pattern she changes!
Currently (and literally only for the last week!) it's been:
7 am ish - wake and bottle 220 ml usually
830 - school run
930 - 2nd bottle maybe 180 ml
10 ish - nap for 90 mins
1 pm - 3rd bottle another 180 ml
230 - another nap for an hour ish (although now half term is over this will Ben in the pram as we will be collecting her brother from school)
4 pm - 4th bottle
Play until bath (every few days)
7 pm - final 5th bottle 200 ml
Bed at about 720/730.
He only dropped to two naps last week during half term but I think Shen may go back to three as with the school run it messes up her natural rhythms. It it's life I suppose with two kids!
Wake up 6:30am-7am and breastfeed
School run, we leave at 8:15am
9:00am first nap
10:30am wake and breastfeed
12:30pm nap, usually breastfeed before going to sleep
1:30pm-2:00pm I wake her, breastfeed again
2:15pm school run
3:15 we get home, she has some solids i.e avocado on toast or similar
4:00pm breastfeed and final nap, often fights it
5:00-5:30pm wake up, breastfeed AGAIN
6:00pm has some of my dinner
7:30pm-ish quick breastfeed and goes to bed.
My baby is 11m old, and his usual schedule just changed a few weeks ago to this.
7:00am Wake & play with siblings - my OH is already gone for work at this time
8:30am Play with siblings or follow me around the house while I clean/work if his siblings are outside... then I take him outside, too for an hour or so
12:20pm Read together
1:00pm Nap/Quiet Time (while I do my household tasks and homeschool)
3:30pm Snack time
4:00pm Structured Activity Monday and Tuesday. I start babysitting at 3pm on Wednesday through Friday, and the child I babysit doesn't work well with others, so this doesn't always happen on those days.
5:00pm When I'm not babysitting, we will do baths at this time. 15 minutes per child, or I'll bathe them in 2 groups. Either way, this takes an hour.
5:30-6:00pm: I start preparing dinner while the kids finish up their projects. I put on music, and we dance together, and they all help me cook - even the baby.
6:30pm OH gets home, so we all eat dinner as a family
7:00pm Family time
7:30pm Bedtime routine - pajamas, teeth brushed, family story time, snuggle
8:00pm Bed, for all of the kids.
2 days per week, currently Fridays and Sundays, OH is home, and we get company over on Sundays, and our routine is always a lot different. My baby will stay up as long as he can and eventually just fall asleep at closer to 3 or 4 and sleep through dinner, so he will have a later dinner than the rest of us. We're trying to work on this one, but like my other kids, he WILL NOT sleep if anyone else is around - especially OH because they don't get to see OH much.
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