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Sort of. When we're home schedules are very easy. When we're out for the day he usually naps in the car. He wakes up for the day around 10, drinks a bottle, takes a short nap about 2 1/2 hours later and naps again around 3:30. We start the bedtime routine at 7:45 and he's usually asleep before 9.
Mason's schedule is all his own doing. He wakes up around 7, some mornings earlier if he stayed in his bed all night. Nurses. We get up he plays on the floor until about 8:30-9ish then he lays down for a nap. He'll sleep until about 10-10:30ish. He's pretty sleepy/clingy during this time, lots of needing to be held close and short nursing. Lays back down for a nap at about 12-12:30. He doesn't wake back up until I go and get him up at about 2 so I can let him nurse before we get the big boys. He naps again from about 4-5. We start getting ready for bedtime at about 7:30 (after we lay big kids down) and he's usually alseep and in his pack n play by 8:30 at latest. He wakes up to eat sometime between 12 and 3.
mom of: Zach (10), Ryan (8), Bella (5), Mason (2), and pollywog #5 due 12/04/14
Andrew is just starting to put himself back on a schedule after a wicked bad month or so! He's settling into 2 naps a day (sometimes with a cat nap somewhere in there), one around 9:30-11, one around 1:30-3. Bedtime has been a mess lately, but his naps have been messed with a lot... I'm hoping that if I can stick better to his naps and not interrupt them, bed will go smoothly and go back to a schedule as well.