Nope. I still miss those naps and it's been 6 months. And I'm just your run of the mill tired, not growing a baby tired.Came across your blog through Heather's in GA. Also, we are also reading Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus. A lot.
Oh no, no, no. Sidamo buddy, naps are not just for you. Only suggestion I have is to try moving them up or back to see if you can reset the shrinking. Otherwise you have the right to cry Mama.
Charlie is trying to do this too, but we are getting in a good routine. He is sleeping on his own at night, but for naptime, we are in Mommy's bed from about 12:30 until about 2:30. I really need a nap most days. Anyway, even if I fall asleep first, he lies there and rests. He usually falls asleep after about 45 minutes. I wake up a lot and look at him. So we both get a nap. I don't know WHY he doesn't sneak away, but he seems to get the idea, so I feel comfortable with it. It depends on Sid though. If he won't rest with you, then it would be impossible and this huge long comment is no help at all. :(I hope it gets better!
Titan went through this stage shortly after turning 2 (just like Sid). Two recommendations:1. Move his nap back a little bit in case he just needs longer to get tired.2. Keep at it. Titan dropped the nap completely for close to 2 months. We still made him lay down everyday and rest, though. A year later, he still naps over 2 hours.See you soon!Vali
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