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3 hours and 15 minutes
With no naps, bedtime should be 12 hours after wakeup.
The earliest being 6 p.m.
Night sleep is the most restorative so we want to maximize it as much as possible.
Drop the third nap as it has no restorative value!
15 minute increments every few days.
16 weeks adjusted age!
Until 10 months.
Then it is realistic to think they can sleep 11-12 hours at night!
This happens between 15-18 months.
The longer we wait the smoother it will go!
Move the feeds to upon waking!
Night feeds at this age are still normal.
Talk to your pediatrician!
Remember bedtime should always depend on the last nap of the day and quality and duration of the nap for the day.
We want to make sure we leave him/her until 6am to not reinforce the early wake-up.
Just say no to the paci dance after 16 weeks adjusted age!