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    Exactly what I was going to say playfelt .... Put that child down for a short nap (30-45mins) at 8am that way she can cope for the rest of the morning and still be tired for her aft nap.

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    yep she is still readjusting from two to one nap...and if I lay her down in the morning, she still just yells the whole time ( usually...sometimes she sleeps) Putting her down at 8 isn't really an option with our schedule ( school runs, etc). It will just take time I suppose...I'm trying to focus on all the positives but when she's yelling..its tough lol
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    Kimangeline, I have a baby under 1 year who sleeps in the stroller at 9ish when we head out the door to go to the park. Can you get your little one to sleep while you travel on your school run and kill 2 birds with 1 stone so to speak? I find my dcbaby naps better in the afternoon if he does get his 1/2 hour morning nap and we've had days this week when he didn't sleep all day. I'm tired! It's a work in progress. Unfortunately, it takes time to get to know these children when they are new and figure out what works best for us and for them. Keep experimenting and from one exhausted provider to another - best of luck!
    Frederick Douglass
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    thanks momof4...sometimes she will fall asleep in stroller or wagon in the morning, but it hasn't made a difference for her afternoons at all. it is definitely a work in progress..
    “While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.”


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