Qustion For The Moms Whose Babies Sleep Through The Night

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Eryn - November 14

For all the moms who's babys sleep through the night... How many naps during the day does your baby take and for how long? My daughter takes about three 15 minute naps and one or two 2 hour naps but wakes up frequently at night. I have tried to keep her awake during the day with no luck.

 

CEM - November 14

My baby takes one nap during the day, usually between 2 to 3 hours. He also naps for short periods of time if we go for a car ride or a walk. He usually sleeps from about 7:30pm until 2 or 3 am, b___stfeeds, then sleeps until between 6 -7am. Does that count as sleeping through the night, I don't know but it's pretty good. It sounds like your little one sleeps alot during the day, maybe too much, but I know it can be hard to keep them up if they're tired.

 

Mommy - November 14

My boyssleep quite a bit. Zane is 17 months and takes 2-3 1 hour naps a day. Logan is 6 months and he takes 4 or 5 45 minute naps during the day then they both sleep from about 9:30 -10 pm until about 7:30-9 am. I got lazy babies lol. They like to sleep.

 

momma - November 14

my daughter sleeps about 12 hours during the night (most nights) and 2 or 3 naps about 30 min to 90 min. each and sometimes trips in the car too

 

chelsey - November 14

Gabriel (4 mos.), sleeps awesome! During the day, he has about 2 long naps, and a couple of 15 minute naps. He goes to bed about 9 at night (really it varies between 8 - 9) and sleeps until 8 -9 in the morning. He is such a good boy!

 

BBK ® © - November 14

How about a dad whose baby sorta sleeps through the night? She takes 3 big naps. One from 10-11:30 amdone from 2 to 4 pm and one from 5:30 to 6 pm. She wakes up at night because of thirst...we all do! (we have this horrible steam heat that dehydrates every family member even with humidifiers blasting).

 

chelsey - November 14

Well BBK, you do live in the City that Never Sleeps! You dont expect to be well rested in a city with a name like that, do you?!!!! Just kidding! Sounds like you need your radiator fixed!

 

jorden - November 14

my son just turned 5 months and he naps on and off during the day...he maybe sleep a total of 1 1/2 hours in the day. But for the last 3 weeks or so he's been sleeping through the night. He goes down about 8-8:30 and sleeps till 6 am everyday. How old is your daughter? Some babies start sleeping through the night earlier than others...we all know, all babies are different. But depending on how old she is, she might not sleep through the night...she might want to wake up to eat ya know? I started giving my son cereal when he was about 3 months old...just in his bottle before he went to bed. I've been told it keeps then filled longer and they might sleep longer...but anyways...good luck :)

 

erica - November 14

my son at six weeks slept through the night with eight hours without waking up. He sleeps about 3 naps a day 1-2 hours at a time. hope this helps:)

 

We take - November 14

2 naps a day. She wakes up around 7 or 8 am. We play for a few hours, then she naps again around 11. We play again and she is out by 3 or 4. Bedtime is @ 8 or a little later if daddy is running late.

 

Eryn - November 14

Thanks for your responses :)

 

miranda - November 14

I noticed with my daughter that she would sleep better at night if she slept a lot during the day, so I didn't discourage napping, I let her sleep as much as she wanted to as a baby. Both she and now my son slept through the night very early on (5-7 hour stretches by 3-4 weeks.)

 

lisa - November 15

my daughter is 2 weeks old and sleeps 6-7 hours through the night, and most of the day.

 

Jamie - November 15

My daughter wakes up at 6 a.m., takes her first nap from 8 til 9, another between 11:30 and 12:30, another at 3,, another at 6, and is in bed for the night at 9 p.m.

 

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