View Poll Results: how many hours TOTAL does your 15 mo sleep in 24 hrs (on average)?
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Old 05-12-2010, 06:01 PM   #11
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Re: how many hours does your 15 mo sleep in 24?

DS sleeps about 11 each night (he FINALLY started sleeping through the night on Mother's Day!).
During the day he typically sleeps about 2 hours, sometimes 3 spread out between 2 naps.

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Old 05-12-2010, 07:58 PM   #12
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15 mos old, DD sleeps about 11 hours at night (lately it's been broken with unhappy wakings... grr.) and when she's with Daddy, she takes 2 1-3 hour naps a day and when she's with me she takes a 1-2 hour afternoon nap. So, 12-13 with me or 13-16 with daddy.
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At 15 months mine are taking 2 naps of 2 hours each and sleeping 11-12 hours at night.
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Old 05-12-2010, 08:56 PM   #14
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Re: how many hours does your 15 mo sleep in 24?

DS is 15 months. He sleeps usually 7:30/8 -7am, so 11ish hours...but it's broken up MANY times by lots of night feedings. He takes 1 or 2 naps a day, but never naps for more then an hour at a time. So 12-13 hours total.
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My son is 16 months, so we're only talking about a few weeks ago that he was 15 months. Things haven't really changed since then. I'd say he sleeps, on average, 12-13 hours a day. He goes down for the night at 7-7:30, and then sleeps until about 6:30-7:00, and takes one nap, which varies in direct correlation to how much he slept that night. It generally adds up to 12-13 hours, or a little more, actually.
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DD is 17 months old but was on the same schedule at 15 months.

2 naps a day- 3-4 hours total
Bedtime at around 8 or 9 until about 7 til 9 the next morning.

So at the most 16 hours a day..at the least 11 to 12.
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DS, 16m now, has been going to bed at 7-730 and sleeping til 7pm whit a 2-3 hour nap everyday since about 12m. We are just now going to start pushing his bed time back because he is waking up earlier.
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Nicole goes down to bed around 7(although lately it's been 6:30) and gets up at 6 during the week. Weekends she usually sleeps till 8 or 9. She gets a 2 hour nap midday. Nicole is 16 months
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My little man is fifteen months old. He sleeps ten to eleven hours at night and one to two for naps. On average, about twelve hours a day.
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My dd at 15 months slept from 6:30pm to 6am and then took a 2 hour nap, so 14 hours total.
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