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The Right (and Wrong) Time To Drop a Nap

 

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The Right (and Wrong) Time To Drop a Nap

The Right (and Wrong) Time To Drop a Nap

If your baby’s sleep has suddenly changed – maybe they’re waking more often, waking earlier, or taking shorter naps during the day – there may be a very specific reason why.

Baby sleep patterns change as they get older. Often just as we feel like our baby has a good sleep routine that’s actually predictable, they go ahead and change it.

One of the most common reasons for a change in your baby’s naps or their sleep schedule is because they are ready to drop one of their naps.

But here’s the thing…

If you try to drop a nap before your baby is ready, it can completely throw their sleep schedule out of rhythm. And when that happens it’s hard to get back on track.

So you want to make sure that when you do drop that nap, your baby is actually ready for it.

But how do you know when your baby is ready to remove one of their naps from their sleep schedule?

That’s exactly what you’ll learn in this video!

You’ll learn 5 key signs that will help you identify whether your baby’s sleep is changing in a way that means they no longer need one of their naps.

If you’re struggling getting your baby to sleep like they used to, check out this video and see if it’s because they are ready to drop a nap.

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00:00 – 00:41 : Intro
00:42 – 02:34 : 1st Sign
02:35 – 03:20 : 2nd Sign
03:21 – 03:52 : 3rd Sign
03:53 – 04:43 : 4th Sign
04:44 – 05:52 : 5th Sign

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