When Do Babies Lose Their Second Nap?
Most babies will drop their second nap between 12 and 18 months of age. This is a normal part of development, as babies transition from two naps to one. During this time, it’s important for parents to adjust their baby’s sleep schedule accordingly.
Signs That Your Baby Is Ready To Drop The Second Nap
There are several signs that your baby may be ready to drop the second nap. These include:
- Your baby is taking longer than usual to fall asleep for the second nap.
- Your baby is waking up earlier than usual after the second nap.
- Your baby is having difficulty staying awake during the day.
- Your baby is having difficulty falling asleep at night.
If you notice any of these signs, it may be time to start transitioning your baby from two naps to one.