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Offline Bella89

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Re: Discouraged
« Reply #30 on: April 15, 2016, 20:14:21 pm »
When they outgrow the 45 minute intruder, does the morning nap go better before the afternoon? 
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Yes!!! That is how you loose the other nap at 1yo (average) the first one gets longer and the other gets pushed down :)

I am so sorry you feel that way:(
Let's try something else.
Tomorrow, write down whatever happens for me: times, how did you put her down, when you noticed first signs of tiredness.
We will be more up to date and maybe someone else will look at it too :)

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Re: Discouraged
« Reply #31 on: April 15, 2016, 21:48:46 pm »
Thank you.  Sorry I'm being such a pain 😣

E 7am
A
S 9:25-11:15 (usually 9:30 but showing cues a little early)
Y
E 11:15
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S 1:45-2:35
Y
E 3:30 (didn't appear hungry before then)
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S 5:05pm - 5:40 pm
Y

To finish the night, she'll have her final feed at 7pm, bath then bed around 7:30

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Re: Discouraged
« Reply #32 on: April 17, 2016, 11:10:42 am »
Oh you're not, believe me:)

I will be honest with you, I think I would go with what you have. Of course try to resettle during these 45 min naps, but she still has almost 4h of daysleep and it's pretty decent. I know it's difficult seeing her tired and not playful, but you are offering her sleep.

Your easy looks really good. Maybe someone else will spot something I don't see. Sorry for that:(

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Re: Discouraged
« Reply #33 on: April 17, 2016, 12:55:48 pm »
Honestly, that's exactly what I needed to hear!  I needed reassurance to make sure I was doing everything I can.  😊  Thank you so much for all your help!