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mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
29th Dec '12

I stayed him up for 4 hours gave him a nice warm bath a warm bottle and now he is passed out in his crib finally. He has been asleep for 20 mins so maybe making him stay awake for a longer period of time will work

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting mom2andrew&carter:" I stayed him up for 4 hours gave him a nice warm bath a warm bottle and now he is passed out in his crib ... [snip!] ... out in his crib finally. He has been asleep for 20 mins so maybe making him stay awake for a longer period of time will work"



Hopefully. Thats what I always did, once they got a few months old. I always do 4-5 hours up then nap, then they went to bed for the night after being up for 4-5 hrs.



Lo now gets up and goes to bed at 12pm and sleeps till 4pm and goes to bed for the whole night around 7-8pm depending on how tired she is, and she sleeps all night. She started her 12-4pm naps around 5ish months maybe 6 months. lol



Well good luck. :)

mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" Hopefully. Thats what I always did, once they got a few months old. I always do 4-5 hours up then ... [snip!] ... tired she is, and she sleeps all night. She started her 12-4pm naps around 5ish months maybe 6 months. lol Well good luck. :)"

thanks hes been sleeping for 2 hours now so ill just keep up with it and get him started on a daytime routine. I also put my toddler down for his nap at the same time so it was nice to finally have 2 hours to myself

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
29th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting mom2andrew&carter:</b>" thanks hes been sleeping for 2 hours now so ill just keep up with it and get him started on a daytime ... [snip!] ... on a daytime routine. I also put my toddler down for his nap at the same time so it was nice to finally have 2 hours to myself"</blockquote>



I'm so happy for you. :) it must have been so nice to get two hours in eh? Lol



Yes be.consistent with the timing on the naps. It wont take long at all for lo to.start to get tired at that time. You will see it. It makes a big difference then fighting with them to.go to sleep.

mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" <blockquote><b>Quoting mom2andrew&carter:</b>" thanks hes been sleeping for 2 hours ... [snip!] ... for lo to.start to get tired at that time. You will see it. It makes a big difference then fighting with them to.go to sleep."


yea it was nice its been a long time since ive even had 20 mins to myself. I will definitly be consistant with it cause i definitly wanna keep him at a schedule. Nowmy problem is starting to potty train my toddler lol

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting mom2andrew&carter:" yea it was nice its been a long time since ive even had 20 mins to myself. I will definitly be consistant ... [snip!] ... be consistant with it cause i definitly wanna keep him at a schedule. Nowmy problem is starting to potty train my toddler lol"


I am good at pting a girl, I helped with my nephew, but boys are so much different then girls. lol
My older 2 girls were fully potty trained by 14 and 16 months old. lol Day and night time.



mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
29th Dec '12
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" I am good at pting a girl, I helped with my nephew, but boys are so much different then girls. lol My older 2 girls were fully potty trained by 14 and 16 months old. lol Day and night time. "

wow you got them potty trained early my son is 22 months and hes at that point when he strips completely naked and wont keep a diaper on for anything so i figured id better start