I agree, it depends on the kid. My son will be 20months on the 18th of this month. He wakes up between 630 - 730 am. He gets tired and cranky around 10:30 am and tells you night night. He also will take an hour nap in the late afternoon. Somedays he wants both naos somedays none. He goes to bed around 830pm and sleeps all night. Neither of my older girls where this way.View Thread
My son who will be 20 months on the 18th of this month, is a screamer! At first we thought it was cute and funny. Now its just too much. He is so little and has the loudest high pitch scream EVER! He does it no matter where we are or who is around. I have tried to tap him in the mouth, tell him no, put him in time outs, ignore him. Nothing is working. Help?View Thread
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