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Kindy stuffing up 10 month old sleep
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Posted 10 July 2019 - 05:21 PM
Hi everyone! My 10 month old started kindy 6 week's ago 3 days/ week. The good thing is she's usually pretty happy to go there. The crap thing is because she barely naps there this has completely thrown out her sleeping. Finally 2 weeks before kindy starting she was sleeping through and having regular nap times and she seemed happy as she was finally well rested.
Now because of the hardly napping it's lead to very unsettled night wakings and waking at 5am very upset. She was already going to bed by 6 before she started kindy and even a 5pm bedtime isn't helping. Overall she's getting an hour or so less sleep than she was.
Anyway just wanted to rant! So tired waking at night and being back at work. I'm really hoping she will settle better once she's in the toddler area...only 8 months to go gees!
Didnt have this issue with my first as she started when she was 19 months old so it was a lot easier with one nap to handle.
Did your babies eventually settle ok??
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