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12 month old's schedule

For those of you mama's whose baby(ies) are around 12 months, what is your daily schedule? Thanks.

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Asked by efmeador0709 at 4:08 PM on Jul. 6, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • I come home from work at 7:30a, I nurse each baby for about 20 minutes each, they either go back to sleep for another hour or two. I make them each a waffle for breakfast at 9a, and then I let them play for about an hour on the floor. They have a bottle and nap at 10a. About 12n I make some lunch, ravioli's or something easy. They play with their sisters until about 1 I take the sisters to school, and they are readyy to be nursed and go back to sleep by 2p. If I am lucky they wake up at 4p, I pick up the sisters, and come home to make some dinner. Kids play/ watch TV together. Eat dinner about 6p, bathe at 7 p, dad plays with kids and puts them to bed at 9p

    Answer by vsrillo at 4:39 PM on Jul. 6, 2009

  • They got up around 6 or 7am, ate breakfast with us about 7:30, snack mid morning, lunch around 11:30-12, nap around 12:30 or 1 then snack when they got up, supper around 5:30 or 6, bed around 8pm.


    Answer by TiccledBlue at 4:39 PM on Jul. 6, 2009

  • 7 am wake up, nurse, go back to sleep

    10 am wake up and nurse

    10:30 diaper, fruit or yogurt for breakfast

    Play until about 1:30 pm then it's lunch and nurse to sleep for nap time.

    ~3pm wake up, nurse,, then usually he'll eat some gerber snacks or gold fish crackres and drink juice ( very watered down)

    Play and nurse ( he does this "drive by" nursing thing where he'll nurse like 1 or two minutes then run off and play and come back for moree after a few minutes) until about 7

    7-7:30 dinner

    Play until about 9:30-10 then nurse to sleep.

    This is very general, we don'y go by a schedule.




    Answer by Cassieniccole at 4:55 PM on Jul. 6, 2009

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