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Why do you hate naps DD? Really, they aren't that bad - in fact, I rather like them myself. Give them a try - you just might like them!!
Looks like Feb 25th babies are also especially cute!!
My DD used to nap like a champ until I moved her from the RnP to the crib.
I try to do as much modeling of the love of napping as possible, just in case that helps J catch on. Seriously, the saying should be "sleep so that your baby sleeps" since the kiddo only sleeps well next to me, and while I am sleeping. Today we had a long nap in the morning, then he had one 40 min and one 20 min nap on his own. I took one for the team and we had a long nap in the evening too.
I wish something would click though. I could have gotten a lot done in that 2 hours...
aejohnson928:What's wrong with napping? My 4 month old baby girl generally takes a morning nap and an evening nap and still sleeps from 8pm-8am (or similar hours). She seems to fall asleep easier when she isn't over tired. My mom watched her for a 24 hour period last week and joked that she slept for like 18 of the 24 hours (which is a little more than normal). BUT she plays hard while she's awake- kicking and scooting and trying to crawl and playing in her walker.
Listen AE - (and I am going to bite on that name...) the point is our LOs refuse to nap, not that we don't try to get them to nap.
Good luck on your 4 month wakeful...