What time does your 18 mo nap?

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  1. Laucu

    Laucu Well-Known Member

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    Just curious really!

    Emma usually wakes at about 6:30am, naps at 10:30am for a good hour, and goes to bed at 7-7:30ish. However this has gone out of the window recently and today she took her nap at 1:30pm!
     
  2. sugarpuff

    sugarpuff Well-Known Member

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    audrey's almost 17 months - she gets up 7-8am and then has a two hour nap at about 1pm then bed at 7pm

    she's definitely at her most active in the mornings !
     
  3. JMC82

    JMC82 Well-Known Member

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    My son usually gets up around 7.30/8am, naps around 1.00/1.30pm for approx 2 hours and bed around 8.30/9.00pm.
     
  4. claire23

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    Sophie gets up at 7am, naps anytime between 11am and 2pm for 2 hours, goes to bed 7pm. xx
     
  5. bubbles123

    bubbles123 Well-Known Member

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    He's not quite 18 months but sleeps from 7pm-7am but varies from an hour odd to no sleep during the day. Today he hasn't slept at all and it's nearly 5pm.
     
  6. bluey

    bluey Mum of 2 boys

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    Thomas wakes between 5 and 6am (early riser!). On days he's with me he naps for 2-2 1/2 hours from about 10.30 til lunch. On nursery days he stays awake til after lunch then sleeps for a couple of hours. He goes to bed at 7pm.
     
  7. fairy1984

    fairy1984 Well-Known Member

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    usually naps straight after lunch so about 12:30 for 1-2 hours
     
  8. Fluxuspoem

    Fluxuspoem Mama

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    Christina wakes up at 8.00 naps between 10.30 - 13.00 usually for 2 hours or so and she goes to sleep at 8.00 PM
     
  9. sweetcheeks78

    sweetcheeks78 Mum to 2 gorgeous boys

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    Douglas wakes antyime between 6.30-7, naps after lunch (about 12.30) for anything up to 2 hours, although usually just 1 hour, then he goes to bed at 7.30pm
     
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    gaer Well-Known Member

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    Ellie wakes between 7-8 am, sleeps about 11 for 45 min to 2 hours.
    She goes to bed about 8:30.
     
  11. XxPrInCeSsNaI

    XxPrInCeSsNaI Active Member

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    olivia is 17 months and gets up at 7/8 and has a nap at lunch time then gose to bed at about 7 30
     
  12. Laucu

    Laucu Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the feedback, ladies! It really does seem to vary a lot doesn't it!
     
  13. polaris

    polaris Mother of two

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    Thomas is 19 months, usually sleeps 7.30 to 6.30 (ish) and naps from 1/1.30 for about two to two and a half hours.
     
  14. _Vicky_

    _Vicky_ Mum to twins

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    the boys are 16 months they wake at 6-7 (yay for new blackout blinds used to be 5-6) sleep 10-12 ish and bed by 7 xx
     
  15. Mum2b_Claire

    Mum2b_Claire Mummy to Ruby & Scarlett!

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    Ruby was the same as she is now at 18 months. Up between 6 and 7, nap between 11 and 12 for anything from 45 mins to 2 hours, and bed between 6 and 7pm.
     
  16. expecting09

    expecting09 Well-Known Member

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    Kacie has just turned 19 months, she wakes between 8-9, then goes for a nap not long after lunch.. usually about 1 for an hour, then goes to bed between 6-7
     
  17. ellismum

    ellismum Ellis' mum!!

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    Ellis has been the same since about 14 months, wakes from 6.30 to 8am, naps from 12.30 till around 2.30 and in bed by 7pm.
     
  18. andbabymakes3

    andbabymakes3 Just me and my girl

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    Holly is almost 22 months (eek) and she tends to wake between 6:30 and 7:30 (usually closer to 6:30!, naps after lunch at 1pm for anything from 45 mins to 1.5hrs (I try to wake her up if she sleeps beyond 2:30 as it makes bedtime a bit of a challenge!) and is asleep by 7.
     
  19. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    Anna is nearly 17 months.

    We dont have set nap times - I put Anna down when she is tired.

    She gets up at 9am and is in bed by 8.30pm.

    She will have 2hrs of nap per day - either the one big 2 hr nap or 2 x 1hr naps.

    If we are having a busy afternoon meeting friends or at a baby club then I put her back down for a nap about 11.30am for an hour then she will have another 1hr nap in the afternoon about 3-4pm.

    Sometimes she will just have a big nap 2-4pm:flower:
     
  20. Vicks

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    Joe wakes up at 6am (on the dot!! Wish it was later!!!), naps anytime between 11am-1pm for 1-2 hours and then goes to bed between 7-7:30pm.
     

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