How many naps should my 8 month old take?

From 6 to 8 months, a baby should get an average of 11 uninterrupted hours of sleep each night, as well as 3.5 hours each day spread out over two or three naps (a morning, afternoon, and late-afternoon nap).

What is a good schedule for an 8 month old?

Most 8 month old babies take 2-3 naps each day that total 2 to 3 hours. Babies this age stay awake between 2 and 3 hours at a time, on average, but up to 4 hours before bedtime if they are taking two naps. This is a common age for babies to drop the third nap.

Is there a sleep regression at 8 months?

But at eight months, some infants experience a new round of sleep difficulties that can seem to counteract their recent progress. This bump in the road toward steady sleep is frequently called a sleep regression and, though normally short-lived, can cause frustration for parents.

Is a 3 hour nap too long baby?

Is a 3 hour nap too long? While it can feel strange, waking a baby from a 3-hour nap is definitely okay, and considered best practice. Babies take a while to learn the skill of sleep, much like an older child is going to take a while to learn to read.