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What's your 15-24mos old toddler's schedule like?

Here's my son's schedule who will be 15mos on the 12th (I'm definitely ALL about schedules haha):

9:30-10AM: Wake up!
10AM: Have 6oz of whole milk then some sort of breakfast food (waffles, eggs, yogurt, oatmeal).
11AM: Snack (a couple whole wheat crackers, or some cheerios) with a couple ounces of water.
12-12:30PM: Nap time
2-2:30PM: 6oz cup again with some sort of fruit or grilled cheese.
3-3:30PM: Snack (half piece of whole wheat bread or piece of cheese) & a couple ounces of water.
4-4:30PM: Nap time
6-6:30PM: 6oz cup again with whatever veggies I can get him to eat haha
7-7:30PM: Snack (a few pieces of fruit or some of whatever I'm having) & a couple ounces of water.
9PM: Bedtime! :]

I try to give him a bath every day but a lot of the time it ends up every other day. He's so cute as far as reading though, he's gotten to the point where he brings me his favorite books for me to read. :]

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Asked by ours at 9:27 PM on Mar. 4, 2010 in Toddlers (1-2)

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  • OP: Oh & where is your toddler at for height/weight/etc?

    My son's been pretty much in the middle since birth. He's pretty good at stopping when he's full & we try to keep the majority of what he eats healthy.
    ours

    Answer by ours at 9:30 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • 7:30am - wake up, diaper change, and get dressed.
    8:00am - breakfast, milk with banana and cheerios or yogurt.
    10:30am - juice with a snack.
    12:30 - lunch with milk.
    2:30pm - nap time.
    4:30pm to 5pm - wake up from nap time.
    5:00pm - milk and small snack.
    7:30pm - dinner with milk.
    8:30pm - bath time, a couple stories, and we recite a list of animals and what noises they make.
    9:00pm - bed time.

    He is 22 months old now.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 9:32 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • 18 months tomorrow:
    7am -- wake up
    7:05 am -- eats a yogurt (she won't drink milk)
    7:30 -- eats breakfast
    9:30 or 10 -- snack
    11:30 or 12 -- lunch
    12:30 -- nap -- usually until 3 or 3:30
    4:00 -- snack
    5:30 -- dinner
    6:30 -- clean-up, bath, books, tooth brushing, potty, songs
    7:30 or 7:45 -- lights out
    I have another daughter, almost 3, who shares a room and shares this schedule (except she drinks milk upon waking in the morning and after nap, and usually naps for 1.5-2 hours).
    EmilySusan

    Answer by EmilySusan at 9:33 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • we dont really have a "schedule" but a routine. my sn is 22 months old. he isnt always up the same time, but it's usually around 830 lately. he likes to watch cartoons while I make breakfast, and depending on any errands or playgroups during the morning, he usually gets lunch before his nap, which is normally around 2 or so hours long. when he's up he gets lunch (if he didnt make it to lunchtime) or a snack. we play the remainder of the day and I do some house upkeep, SO arrives home anytime between 430-6, one of us makes dinner, DS gets a bath and story/lulluby around 8 and he's in bed by 8:30'ish
    Owl_Feather

    Answer by Owl_Feather at 9:35 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • 21 mos TODAY! Before this schedule he would knock out at 10am but I slowly moved his nap with parent ed and storytime at the library.
    Mon- wakes up, nurses a bit, breakfast, snacks, naps (nurses) right after, nurses a bit when he wakes up, lunch, early dinner, bath (not everyday :P), read a book, then sleeps (nurses).
    Tues-Thurs - wakes up, nurses a bit, breakfast, parent ed/storytime at the library, park, snacks, naps later (nurses), nurses a bit when he wakes up, lunch, early dinner, maybe bath, sleep (nurses) He's beat these days.
    Fri - wakes up, nurses a bit, breakfast, therapy, plays independently, snacks, naps and so on...
    Vero0724

    Answer by Vero0724 at 9:47 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • The condensed version of our schedule: wake up, eat, run until it's time to eat again, eat, run until we fall down for nap time, nap, eat, run until it's time to eat again, eat, run until we fall down for bedtime.
    The other version:
    7am:wake up, eat breakfast
    10am: cup of juice and some yogurt
    noon: lunch
    1pm-2pm: nap and another snack when he gets up
    4pm: couple pieces of cheese or fruit or something
    6pm: dinner
    8:30: bed time.

    He's a really good eater so getting in all the veggies is never an issue. there's no real schedule but those are the times things usually happen and then it's pretty much free play during the day as we just go from thing to thing as he feels like it. Reading is a major high point in his day right now. This week there are about three books he has to read repeatedly for about an hour or so. He's 95th percentile in height and about 50th in weight. Always has been since day one. :)
    flitpixie

    Answer by flitpixie at 9:59 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • dd is 20 months old

    ht: 32 inches
    wt: 22 lbs

    7:45 wake up, breakfast, play

    10 clean up

    10:30am nap

    12:30pm wake up, lunch, outing or play indoors

    2:30pm snack

    3:15pm afternoon rest

    4:15pm get up, play

    5:15pm dinner, play

    6:00pm clean up

    6:20pm bath, get dressed for bed

    7pm bed



    Breakfast is usually: waffles, cheerios, bagels,or peanut butter toast, served with fruit and milk

    Lunch is usually cheese and apples, yogurt and graham crackers, cut-up hotdog and peas, or leftovers from dinner

    Snacks include goldfish crackers, cheerios, peas, graham crackers with peanut butter, or bagels with peanut butter.

    Dinner is usually whatever I eat-spaghetti, chicken, mashed potatoes, etc.

    She drinks about 20 oz of milk per day, and a couple of sippy's fu
    Fallaya

    Answer by Fallaya at 10:29 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • My son is 19 months, 27 lbs, 35 inches
    This is an average day... we aren't really on a schedule... but he wakes up like clock work at 7 and everything kind of falls into place... if he gets up earlier or later for some reason everything is adjusted accordingly

    7:00 Wake up
    7:30-8:00 have breakfast... usually oatmeal or something
    8-11 Play time or we we might run errands
    11:00 lunch time
    12:00 Nap time
    1:30 wake up and we get ready to go
    2:30: I drop him off at daycare and I go to work
    4:00 he has snack at daycare
    5:00 Daddy picks him up
    5:15 Play with daddy or snuggle or whatever they do
    6:00-7:00 they eat supper
    8:00 bath time, stories, and songs
    8:30-9:00 bed time
    AmiJanell

    Answer by AmiJanell at 10:51 PM on Mar. 4, 2010

  • My son is 29 months now, but when he turned 2 his schedule went like this:

    8am: wake up, eat breakfast, usually a fruit and a grain (a banana and cereal is what he wanted 9 times out of 10!) plus water
    11am: lunch, usually a protein, a veggie, and a fruit plus milk
    12pm: nap
    2pm: up
    3pm: snack something light, changed it up, maybe fruit, maybe crackers, maybe yogurt
    6pm: supper...I try to have a meat, a starch, and a veggie, plus water
    7pm: bed

    He drank water all day long as he pleased, too. He seems to have become more of a juice fan since turning 2 for some reason, but we still water it down with half water. :)
    ohbladi

    Answer by ohbladi at 12:21 AM on Mar. 5, 2010

  • Oh, and he was always around 50% for weight and 95% for height. We try to feed him relatively healthily, though we certainly aren't above feeding him pizza or hot dogs sometimes, and we are a little funny about him drinking anything besides water, watered-down juice, and milk, but he goes to his bio-dad's one night a week to live on Mt. Dew, Pop Tarts, and Happy Meals.
    ohbladi

    Answer by ohbladi at 12:24 AM on Mar. 5, 2010

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