Sleep Schedules for 13.5 month old

Since January 2019, Arden has been waking up 1-2x/night for milk.  She turned 12 months old in February 2019.  We’re not sure why she started doing this as she used to sleep through the night.  So, I’m gathering some info and seeing what we can do to improve her nighttime sleep.

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From Getting Your Baby to Sleep the Baby Sleep Trainer Way by Natalie Wiles

From Natalie Wiles book, Getting Your Baby to Sleep the Baby Sleep Trainer Way:

  • 7-14 mo old babies need only 2 naps/day (around 9a, 1:30p)
  • Most babies should not need a night feed unless per pediatrician

Sample schedule for 2 nap day:

6:30-7a — wake, milk feed

8a — breakfast solids

9a — nap –> wake, milk feed

12p — milk feed or lunch solids

1:30p — nap –> wake, milk feed

5p — dinner solids

6:30 — final milk feed, bedtime prep

7p — bedtime

  • > 14mo –> 1 nap/day (around 11:30a-1p and lasting 1.5-3hours
  • Know when to switch from 2 naps to 1 nap/day:
  1. Your child is >14mo and has consistently fought one of their two naps each day for 2 weeks straight or longer.
  2. Your child naps easily 2x/day, but struggles to fall asleep before 9p or 10p each night, or beings to wake up in the middle of the night.
  • If toddler doesn’t fall asleep, offer them up to 2 more attempts.
    • For example, 11a-12p: nap attempt 1.
    • 12:30-1:30p: nap attempt 2
    • 2-3p: nap attempt 3
    • Early bedtime if no successful naps
  • Toddlers who only nap 1/day should be allowed to sleep up to 3 hrs, but naptime should end no later than 3:30p
  • Do not go back and forth between 1 and 2 naps if toddler is ready for 1 nap/day.

Other Resources:

Best Anesthesia Programs

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Taken from a 2003 post on studentdoctors.net:

Here is a previous post from a year ago that may give you an idea regarding the so-called “best anesthesia programs”:

“Academic anesthesiologists I have spoken to generally seem to stratify the outstanding programs into 3 tiers…

1) Best of the best: JHU, MGH, UCSF

2) Considered to be Elite programs: Alabama, Brigham, Columbia, Duke, Mayo, Michigan, Penn, Stanford, Wake Forest, U. Washington

3) Other excellent academic programs: Beth Israel, Cornell, Dartmouth, MC Wisconsin, Mt. Sinai, Northwestern, Penn State, UC Irvine, UCLA, UCSD, U. Chicago, U. Colorado, U. Florida, U. Iowa, UNC Chapel Hill, U. Pittsburgh, U. Rochester, U. Texas Galveston, Utah, UVA, Vanderbilt, Wash U, Yale

I think trying to rank the excellent programs from 1-50 is fruitless. If you apply yourself at any of the above programs, you will have great fellowship and job opportunities.”

People obviously have their opinions and may disagree with this stratification, but I think that it is pretty good.

I tend to agree as well…but maybe I’m biased.  🙂