Consolidating 3 naps to 2
It’s a sign your baby is not even doing a full sleep cycle, especially the 15 minute naps, this is a baby not even getting into the deep part of a sleep cycle.
Was resonated with me most about this family was how much the babies lack of sleep was affecting his temperament and thus the family dynamic.
As your child gets older and their sleep requirements change, so do their naps. Consistently getting around 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep at night.3. The transition should be done over the course of a few days, if not weeks. Gradually push her morning nap by 15 minutes over the course of a few days to get to as close to a noon nap as possible. As your child gets older she will push that nap later to start at p.m. Your child may not be able to handle one nap every day.Some of you may have already noticed this pattern emerging, but if you haven't, don't stress. Start paying attention in the next few weeks to see these natural patterns emerging. Starting when she wakes up in the morning (the first wake up after sunrise, that is), she will only be awake for a short while before taking her morning nap, typically only 1-2 hours, but it could be as short as 45 minutes.Example, if your baby wakes up at 7 am, you can expect her to go down again sometime between 8 and 9 am.Please be respectful in your comments as very sleep deprived parents will be reading this!p.s serial cat napper slept for 1.5 hours while I was there……….
A routine is doing certain things in a certain order at about the same time.