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Awake times longer than average?
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Posted 20 April 2012 - 10:30 PM
My DS is 10.5months and at bedtime even after 3.5-4hours awake he is still struggling to go to sleep without assistance (but was fine up until 2-3 weeks ago).
In the day he generally can go 3-3.5hours, with 2 naps a day, but I am starting to wonder if we're putting him to bed too early with 3.5-4hrs awake time.
Are there many babies out there who have awake times much longer than the 'average'?
Posted 20 April 2012 - 11:11 PM
DD is about the same age and tends to last 2-3 hours after first waking up, then 3-4 hours after the next nap and then 4-5 hours after the last nap then bed. She has gone 6 hours but that was a shocking night with her massively overtired and fighting to go to bed. It all depends on how long she naps for as well (she's not a very good sleeper).
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