At that age Gracie was still up until 11pm but then slept until maybe 8am, then was up for maybe 1-2 hours, then slept for another few hours. It was great as I just got up at 7am (which felt like a long lie as before having her I was up for work at 5:30) then the housework was done before she got up, I could play with her for an hour and then she went back to sleep, when I could prepare dinner.
It took until really recently (16 months or so) until she started to go down earlier. Now, she falls asleep at around 7:30 and sleeps til 7am, and she sometimes naps once in the day.
Nellie falls to sleep for the night around 6.30/7pm whilst having a feed. I keep her with me til I go to bed at 9-10pm. She still wakes several times a night for a feed and we co-sleep. She wakes for the day at 6.30am.
She's 6 months.
Exactly the same as this!! Sleep at 7ish but stays with me downstairs till I go to bed at 9pm and then we cosleep and feed through the night as and when required and he wakes for the day at 6.30am!
Naps on and off from about 1800 till 2200 then awake till midnight last feedbis about 2330 put down in the cot drops off till about 0730 or 0800 feeds goes back off till 1030ish lazy little girl doesn't really sleep in the day at all after that
If the routines working for you stick with it bugger what anyone else thinks
My son usually has his third nap from about 4:30 PM - 6PM.. then he is awake for about 2 hours and goes to bed for the night. We wake him between 12-1 for a feed and he immediately goes back to bed after that till about 7-7:30. We wake him at night because otherwise he is ready for the day at like 5AM.
Whatever works for you is fine, if baby is having sufficient naps your baby will definitely go to bed earlier as nap times decrease. Should work out fine
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