Takes about 3 naps a day instead of many brief, irregular ones.
Takes about 2-3 naps during the day and it would be normal to have babies wake up once or twice in the middle of the night.
Takes about 2 naps and around 9 months, late afternoon nap disappears and each nap gets longer. Babies do not need bottle-feeding at night. As the baby takes only two naps a day, they tend to get more tired towards bedtime and it is recommended that you move bedtime 20-30 minutes earlier to accommodate the dropped nap.
Babies start to become active as they crawl, stand up, and scoot. This is the time you would need to transition to sleep sack with legs for safe sleep.
Babies take 1-2 naps a day.
18 Months - 3 Years
Babies take one nap a day. On their 3rd birthday, most children (91%) are still napping every day. At age four, about 50% of children nap five days each week, and by age five, about 25% of children are napping about 4 days each week.
Babies at this age do not know how to cover themselves with a blanket just yet. To have them sleep well, keeping them warm with toddler sleep sack is recommended at this age.