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Nighttime/nap lengths

Surprisingly, I've already forgotten this from my 2 year old.  Our huge 23 lb 9.5 mo old triplets (7 mo adjusted) sleep pretty well 7:30/8:00 until 6/6:30.  They normally have 1 nap beginning 9/9:30 and I wake them after 1.5 hours if they are still sleeping.  Same with their nap beginning 1:30/2:30.  Regardless, I wake them by 3:30p.  Is this too much sleep?  Do I cut off the morning nap before 1.5 hrs?  2/3 woke from afternoon nap after 30 mins and are a bit cranky for awhile.  This has happened a couple times.  Yes, they are teething, but are OK with it and get ibuprofen.
TIA!


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No periods due to 17 years of ballet and distance running after college.  Zero response to 2 months of Clomid, little response to Letrozole.  IUI left with 9 cysts = too many viable eggs due to age.  On to IVF.  Low dose of all meds still produced 37 mature eggs 12.6.11.  Froze due to overstimulation.  

FET #1.1 1.22.12 BFN.   FET #1.2 2.22.12=GRACE! (and a vanishing twin).  

Grace Katherine born 10.25.12 @ 36w6w 6#14oz 19.5".
FET #1.3 3.2013 BFN FET#1.4 4.2013 BFN. Never tried a fresh transfer.  Let's try, despite 10 still frozen.  
ER 6.26.13 27 mature eggs, slight overstim. ET   7.1.13 ectopic, FET 2.1  9.10.14   TRIPLETS!!  

Boys born 3.18.14 @ 29w5d.  Andrew Jack 3#6oz 16", Grant Robert 3#9oz 16", Charles Phillip 3#7oz 17".


Re: Nighttime/nap lengths

  • I'm roughly on the same time schedule as OP.  I typically let my 9 month old sleep as long as he wants, usually 1-2 hours.  I only wake him in the afternoon if he is going on 2.5-3 hours sleep.  But in the morning if he wants to sleep for 3 hours then so be it.  If you are trying to get them on a regimented schedule, then I could see why you are waking during the time of transitioning.  Other than that I would let them sleep.  
  • edited January 2015
    because if I don't wake them up, especially in the afternoon, they will not go to sleep at night.
    yes, we are very scheduled. FOur kids 2 and under. You have to be :-)
    just wanted to see how others are sleeping. Seems pretty similar. Thanks


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    No periods due to 17 years of ballet and distance running after college.  Zero response to 2 months of Clomid, little response to Letrozole.  IUI left with 9 cysts = too many viable eggs due to age.  On to IVF.  Low dose of all meds still produced 37 mature eggs 12.6.11.  Froze due to overstimulation.  

    FET #1.1 1.22.12 BFN.   FET #1.2 2.22.12=GRACE! (and a vanishing twin).  

    Grace Katherine born 10.25.12 @ 36w6w 6#14oz 19.5".
    FET #1.3 3.2013 BFN FET#1.4 4.2013 BFN. Never tried a fresh transfer.  Let's try, despite 10 still frozen.  
    ER 6.26.13 27 mature eggs, slight overstim. ET   7.1.13 ectopic, FET 2.1  9.10.14   TRIPLETS!!  

    Boys born 3.18.14 @ 29w5d.  Andrew Jack 3#6oz 16", Grant Robert 3#9oz 16", Charles Phillip 3#7oz 17".


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  • At 10m, DD was napping at 9-10:30 and then 1-3. Bedtime was at 6:15. She would get up between 6 and 6:30 in the morning.
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