Antoinette Clear
Antoinette Clear asks:
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how much sleep does my toddler need?

In Topics: Sleep and rest
> 60 days ago

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bnm91
bnm91 writes:
18 months - at day: 2 hrs, at night: 12 hrs, total 14 hrs

2 yrs - at day: 1 hr, at night: 12 hrs, total 13 hrs

3 yrs - at day: 1 hr, night: 11 hrs, total 12 hrs
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JoannaMet
JoannaMet writes:
Kids are different. Your child should fall asleep within 15 min of going to bed and wake up easily at a time that's appropriate for your family. To determine how much sleep that takes for your child, think about what time he usually wakes up on his own and count back to about when he fell asleep. If that wake up time was earlier or later than you'd like, adjust his bedtime accordingly.
A 9:00 PM bedtime for a toddler might sound like bad parenting but if your young child needs less than 10 hours sleep and you don't want him or her up before 7:00 AM that might be an appropriate time after all. Do what works for your family regardless of the guidelines.
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HelenTaing
HelenTaing writes:
When a child turns into a toddler, they need 10 to 14 hours of sleep in a day. Including one naps that keeps going around one to three hours. Make  a healthy sleep pattern that helps your baby take complete sleep at night.
Numerous toddlers drop one of their naps by around year and a half, it's fine if your baby takes somewhat more than this.

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HelenTaing
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When a baby turns into a toddler stage, they take 10 to 14 hours of sleep in a day. Including one nap that keeps going around one to three hours. Numerous toddler drops their naps by around year and a half, but it's fine if your baby takes somewhat more than this.

http://parentsneed.com/top-5-best-travel-cots-babies/
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HelenTaing
HelenTaing writes:
When a baby turns into a toddler, they take 10 to 14 hours of sleep in a day, including one nap that keeps going around one to three hours. Make  a healthy sleep pattern that helps your baby to take complete sleep during nights.
Numerous toddler drops one of their naps by around year and a half, but it's fine if your baby takes somewhat more than this.

http://parentsneed.com/top-5-best-travel-cots-babies/
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