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  1. Liz

    Your days look a lot like mine 🙂 I’m wondering if you try to stick to a schedule with naps (trying to get her to nap at certain times), or whether you just go by her cues? With mine, who is a couple weeks younger than Emerson, I think I worry too much about him napping at the ‘correct time’ in the ‘correct spot’ (ie, in his bassinet, not on the go in a carseat). I got paranoid about this after reading ‘Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child’… but I think he’s still too young to be on a strict nap schedule. Just wondering what you do.

    • I don’t, mostly because I have no control over naps the days she is in daycare. I feel like it would be a lost cause. I do try for a morning nap in the crib whenever I’m home – I want her to get used to the crib because she’s still in the bassinet, and I want her to learn to fall asleep on her own. The rest of the time though, I don’t worry too much about the ‘correct spot.’ That said, if she falls asleep in anything other than a crib/bassinet, then I don’t let her leave my sight.

  2. Lara

    Really appreciate this post! My daughter is 6 weeks and days are so unpredictable so it’s nice to know we’ll have structure eventually!

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