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Transitioning from 2 naps to 1

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    mscheerful is offline Registered User
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    My friend's and I gave birth on the same day to a boy too. His son is now 2+ and still take 2 naps - one short and one long. It really is every kid is different. His parents got use to him having 2 naps to get things done in the house so they never want him to have one nap per day.

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    we are getting ready to fly home to the States next week and I plan to push out the morning nap either there (we're home for 6 weeks) or when we retturn end of July. I bet life is soo much easier with just 1 nap a day!

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    agreed! One long nap a day is so much easier to get things done and organize our time and day.

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