How much overall sleep does your 11 month old get?

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Kim - posted on 08/31/2009

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Sometimes it helps to put them to bed even a little earlier so you don't miss the window of opportunity. If my daughter gets over tired she doen't sleep well either.

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my daughter will be one in 2 days but this is her sleep pattern two 45 or longer naps in the morning and after noon then at night she goes down around 9 to 10 pm and gets up at 11 or so the next day... so 14+ hrs, but now she is waking, at around 3 or so in the am..the doctor told me its because she is wanting to get up and walk around ( cause this is a new trick) she is just now starting to walk (sigh) so i guess that means i will have to deal with it till i get her back on track...oh and I'm dreading the running after her all the time!!!

Wendy - posted on 08/29/2009

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My son is sleeping from appx 8pm-630am, with a morning nap usually about 10am-11am and an afternoon nap usually about 3pm-4pm. So about 12.5hours a day on average. Sometimes he takes longer naps, once in a blue moon he sleeps till 8am in the morning.

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Nazneen - posted on 07/11/2014

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AYdin is 11 months old and sleeps

10:30 pm to 9:30 am = 11 hrs
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm or 3:30 pm = 2 or 3 hrs
4pm to 6 pm or 7 pm = 2 or 3 hrs

so he goes from 15 to 18 hrs sleep pattern.

Stephanie - posted on 11/05/2013

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My son will be a year old on the 21st he has 1 nap a day from 11:30am-1:30pm or2pm his bath time is 8 pm out by 8:30 in bed by 9 pm mabe 9:30 any later it's his teeth or something. He wakes once usually wanting his diaper changed and then it's getting him back to bed then hes up anywere from after 6-8am depending on how his night was sometimes he'll go back to bed in the morning sometimes he won't want to he's a very happy baby not overly fussy at all.I run the same scedusl everyday if I don't he starts to let me know by getting fussy hes like me likes a good scedual for things . I like to wrote things down and plan ahead to

Natasha - posted on 08/31/2009

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about ten hours at night, a 2-3 hour nap in the morning, and a 2 hour nap in the afternoon

Ricki - posted on 08/31/2009

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My 11 month old goes to bed between 7 & 7:30 then sleeps through until 10am, then goes for a nap 2-3 hours later for 2 hours and sometimes 1 mmore nap for an hour and back to bed for the night, so a total of 15-18 hours a day!

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Quoting Nicole:

my daughter will be one in 2 days but this is her sleep pattern two 45 or longer naps in the morning and after noon then at night she goes down around 9 to 10 pm and gets up at 11 or so the next day... so 14+ hrs, but now she is waking, at around 3 or so in the am..the doctor told me its because she is wanting to get up and walk around ( cause this is a new trick) she is just now starting to walk (sigh) so i guess that means i will have to deal with it till i get her back on track...oh and I'm dreading the running after her all the time!!!


Yeah but the best part about running after them is you can get rid of any extra baby weight that you've been carrying around.  :)

Kira - posted on 08/28/2009

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My son sleeps a regular 12-13 hour through the night and takes 2 regular daytime naps of about 1-1.5 hrs. each. Occasionally he misses his afternoon nap...but makes up for it by going to bed early and sleeping in the next morning.

Alyss - posted on 08/28/2009

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Cam sleeps 2 hours in the morning and 2 - 3 hours in the afternoon. He's in bed by 9 and gets up once or twice thru the night but goes back to sleep and sleeps til about 7 when he gets up for the day. So I'd say 16 to 18 hours

Sarah - posted on 08/27/2009

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Quoting Missi:

That's why I posed the question, my son sleeps 11 hours at night, 1 hour in the morning and 2 in the afternoon and recently he's been crying for his naps. Over the past week he's only had about 30-45 mintues in the morning and barely an hour in the afternoons. He screams the rest of the time. He went through this once before about a month ago and just as I thought of dropping his morning nap he went back to his normal routine. I'm thinking about it again but I don't know if he can get by on any less sleep. He doesn't seem to suffer from less sleep but I know that some kids won't show it when they are tired. I'm just concerned because so many benefits are to be had from a good sleep schedule.



you know, this is exactly what happened with us! And it was right about the time Aiden turned 11 months. He just wasnt happy at all, and was taking a morning and afternoon nap. It got to where he only slept about 45 min in the morning, then about 1 hour in the afternoon. As for night time, he goes to bed around 830 and gets up at 7. So I decided to try going to one nap a day. Now, he seems much better! He gets up at 7, has breakfast, plays, has lunch at 11, and goes down for nap around 12. He sleeps about 2-2 1/2 hours now! Some days he gets a little cranky towards night time, but i just put him to bed a little earlier.. he still sleeps til 7! I also try to keep him busy in the mornings so he doesnt think about napping. I am hoping to lengthen his time awake after a while. But i know it takes some time for them to adjust to a new schedule. Make sure you dont try it when hes not feeling well or something though. Make sure hes had a good nights sleep the night before. Also, on some days, if we are going somewhere around say 9 Aiden will take a short cat nap in the car... about 15 or 20 minutes. I think this is helping with the transition. But then at the the sitters 2 days a week he does fine! And i think thats because he is somewhere else and stays occupied. Just do whatever works, and be flexible for a few days. I am all about a schedule, so I know it can be a little frustrating not knowing what to do to maintain one! I am learning as I go though!

Kelli - posted on 08/27/2009

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My daughter, Sunshine, sleeps from 7pm-7am. Then lays back down at 10am and 2pm. Both of her naps during the day are EXACTLY 1 hour. I find it weird how their little bodies know when to wake up! At night, she sleeps the whole 12 hours without waking! Love it!

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My son sleeps about 11 hours through the night, then he takes 2 naps- one in the morning and one in the afternoon- about 1.5-2 hours apiece.



My son use to take 45 minute naps- to the minute... it use to drive me mad! Thankfully, he learned to sleep through and get more sleep. He's a lot happier when he wakes up now.

Caryn - posted on 08/27/2009

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I wouldn't worry too much. At this age it could be any number of reasons he's not sleeping like normal (teething, growing, too excited over having learned something new, ect). If your the schedule type I would suggest just keeping him in a flexible routine but theres no reason for him to need his days planned out minute-by-minute.

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That's why I posed the question, my son sleeps 11 hours at night, 1 hour in the morning and 2 in the afternoon and recently he's been crying for his naps. Over the past week he's only had about 30-45 mintues in the morning and barely an hour in the afternoons. He screams the rest of the time. He went through this once before about a month ago and just as I thought of dropping his morning nap he went back to his normal routine. I'm thinking about it again but I don't know if he can get by on any less sleep. He doesn't seem to suffer from less sleep but I know that some kids won't show it when they are tired. I'm just concerned because so many benefits are to be had from a good sleep schedule.

Shawna - posted on 08/27/2009

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Man I wish my son would sleep as long as your little ones do. He sleeps from 8pm to about 7:30am. Then he sleeps from 1-3 in the afternoon. So about 14 I guess.

Melissa - posted on 08/27/2009

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Jude sleeps 14-16 hours a day.



At night- 7:30pm-8:30am or 9am

2 hour afternoon nap from 1:30-3:30pm

Dawn - posted on 08/27/2009

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my little girl sleeps between 12 and 13 hours a nite and she has 2 naps durin the day which r usally 4 a couple of hours each nap. and she is almost 1

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My daughter sleeps from about 10.30pm until around 7am, then usually has a nap from 11am until 1pm, then another nap from about 4pm to 5.30pm. So around 12 hours a day. Her pattern is quite good for us as her dad usually works quite late and would never get to see her if she slept earlier, and the daytime naps allow me to cooks decent meals rather than quick snacks.

Jaci - posted on 08/27/2009

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my daughter sleeps 12 hrs at night and usually a 4 hour nap mid-day or a few 1 hr cat naps through out the day.

Caryn - posted on 08/26/2009

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Robyn- some babies just don't like to sleep much. Sounds like you will be lucky if he is ever willing to take a nap!

My kids are all sleepers, my 5yr old complained after 3days of kindergarten that her teacher didn't let her take a long enough nap-lol.

Robyn - posted on 08/26/2009

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Xander sleeps 10 hours or so at night and if I am lucky 2 hours around noon. He is not much of a sleeper although he does have days he will take a 2nd nap or even a catnap but mostly he is "too busy". We tried everything to get him to sleep more, but , he just won't. He doesn't act sleep deprived or anything so I guess it is just his little quirk.

Melissa - posted on 08/26/2009

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Hi Missi~
My son goes to sleep around 8pm and is up at 6:30am then 2 - 2hr naps during the day...so about 18hrs. Sometimes his day time naps are 11/2 hours.

Chelsea - posted on 08/26/2009

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between 14 and 15 hours.

11.5 at night
1-2 in the morning
1.5-2 in the afternoon

Kathy - posted on 08/26/2009

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My daughter sleeps about a hour and a half during the day and then 8pm to 8am during the night but she gets up during the night about 3 times right now. Trying to break her of getting up during the night. Lucky for me she does go back to sleep easy during the night. So about total of 14 hours.

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