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Josie starts rubbing her eyes or twirling her hair. She also gets much slower with her movements. She's generally within 30 minutes of both nap and bedtime, but sometimes naps are off by more. Twirling her hair is the biggest sign. It's so cute!
Mom to Josie, Born September 5, 2011
Team green, due August 2, 2013
Bedtime is usually pretty close to the same time. I put him down when he starts to get a bit more irritable, looks tired, or it starts to get way past his bedtime. Naps are a bit more inconsistent. He usually lets me know he's ready for that by getting his pillow and blanket out.
We do bed time and nap time at same time. Daylight savings has thrown things off a bit but were working on getting back to normal. If he's tired earlier he usually rubs his eyes, lays down, or becomes overly emotional.
We're pretty scheduled over here, so I pop him in his crib when it's time for bed & he goes to sleep. Occasionally he'll ask to go early, & that's usually in the form of acting up or crying.
Nap time is usually around 1:30 every day, but some days she starts getting cranky earlier. She does not have a ton of words yet, but when she starts getting cranky I'll ask her if she needs a nap and usually she looks up at me all sad and says "yeah."
E started walking up the stairs all by himself today when he wanted to go to bed! He still played around a little in his room as I was preparing his bath and everything, but after bath and reading, he went straight to his crib!