Routines & 9-12 month olds

Discussion in 'Baby & Toddler' started by Minime, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. Minime

    Minime Well-Known Member

    Jun 29, 2006
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    What routines as in times of feeds do you all have? How many feeds and how much do they take and what time do they go to bed? How many naps and how long? Do they sleep through the night or not?
  2. kellie80

    kellie80 Well-Known Member

    Apr 5, 2005
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    7am about 7oz of milk
    8am 1 weetabix with half a banana mashed up
    nap at 10.30 - 12,
    12.30 dinner, either jar of food or something homemade
    3pm 7oz of milk and snack
    5.30 tea with us, usually what ever we have and maybe a yoghurt
    7pm 9oz of milk and to bed
    He usually sleeps through.
  3. rusks

    rusks Well-Known Member

    Apr 11, 2006
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    luke 10 months, a very rough routine.

    bottle 7.30 - 8am 5oz ish
    brekkie 9.00 (after elmo!!)
    nap (if we are not out) 10.15 - 11.45 ish
    dinner 12.30 savoury, dessert and water
    bottle 3.30 4oz ish
    sometimes nap 4.15 - 5ish (rarely)
    tea 5.30 savoury, dessert and water
    bottle 6.45 - 7ish 5oz ish
    bed 7pm - 8ish

    we get up around 2-3 times on average with luke overnight to turn hm over or insert dummy if required he has only slept through without a peep about 5 times since birth.
  4. Becky&Willow

    Becky&Willow Well-Known Member

    May 14, 2007
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    Willow 8 1/2 months

    7-7:30 8 oz bottle
    8:30-9ish porridge
    10 nap 30mins or so
    11ish mid morning snack
    12:30 lunch and dessert
    1:30 afternoon nap anything up to 2 hours
    3:30 ish mid afternoon snack
    4:30 dinner dessert
    6 ish 7oz bottle
    6:30-7ish bed

    she sleeps right through doesent wake at all till her morning bottle.

    has slept through since 6 weeks.
  5. Gemma & Jake

    Gemma & Jake Well-Known Member

    Mar 5, 2006
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    This is an average day for Jake but it does vary.

    7am - 8oz cows milk
    8am - Breakfast
    10am- Nap for 1-2 hours
    12pm- Lunch
    3pm- Sometimes naps for up to 1 hour
    4pm- Snack and 3-4oz cows milk
    6pm - Tea
    7pm- Bed (Sleeps through)
  6. Fiona

    Fiona Well-Known Member

    Jun 28, 2006
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    7 am Up and Milk
    8 am Breakfast 1 Weetabix or Readybrex or sim
    10 Sleep for 30 mins
    11 am Fruit
    12.30 pm Lunch - Finger Food, Fruit & Yogurt
    3 pm Snack - Fruit or Yogurt or Rice Cakes
    4 pm Sometimes but rarely will have a 30 min nap if out in the pram
    5 pm Home Made Dinner, Fruit & Yogurt
    6.15 Milk
    6.30 pm Bed

    Goes to bed awake and is asleep in minutes, usually sleeps all night
  7. Misslarue

    Misslarue Well-Known Member

    Jun 19, 2006
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    7-8am Bottle
    9am porridge and banana
    10-11 Sleep
    12-1pm Homemade savory lunch + yoghurt
    3-4 sleep + bottle
    6pm dinner savoury homemade + pudding (jar or fruit)
    8-9pm Bed + bottle

    We put him to bed at 8pm but he doesn't normaly go to sleep straight away. OH gets home at 7pm and loves to play and get him ready for bed. Regardless what time he goes down he always wakes up between 7-8am.
  8. Minime

    Minime Well-Known Member

    Jun 29, 2006
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    Ooooooh interesting!

    Here's eefies.

    7-8am Up & 7oz milk
    10.30am - breakfast (porridge, weetabix etc)
    11.30 - sleep (1-2 hours)
    1.30pm - 8oz milk
    2.30pm - dinner (usually finger food and/or yogurt)
    Sometimes an afternoon sleep
    5.30pm - 8oz milk
    7.30pm - Main meal (jar or whatever we're having)
    8pm - 8oz milk.

    Its taken AGES to get him to go to bed at that time! Sleep wise some days he'll have none at all, especially if we go out as he's too nosey! Other days he might have a morning nap from anything from 20 minutes to 2 hours. Same with the afternoon one but thats not every day.

    I notice you're all just giving 3 bottles a day. He wont drink anything other than milk although will have juice if I give him something like tinned fruit. I wonder if he's not getting enough solids, he has a big bowl for breakfast and tends to have finger foods for lunch (he loves butties!) and I give him rice cakes as a snack in the day and he tends to have a jar for tea or whatever we're having. He's always scavving off our plates too after he's been fed his own and mean mummy never gives him a dessert! Spoon feeding him is an ordeal, he rocks back and forward in his highchair constantly so I've taken to feeding him on the couch and he doesnt perform. He NEVER sleeps through, ever!

    Will print this out and look at giving him more snacks in the day like more fruit as he likes most of them.

    Thanks girls!

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