My 3-year-old dropped his naps on his own unless he plays hard in the Mickey Mouse I’ll get over it I just need to be dramatic first shirt, then he’ll take one. If he skips it, he’ll drop around 7:30 at night for bed. My son is almost 2.5-years old, and we fully plan on pushing naps until he just doesn’t. It’s not only good for us but even if he does nothing but chill out in his room/crib for an hour it gives him time to have some downtime. And it depends on your kid. Ours is very clear about letting us know when he needs or wants a nap.
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My boy who is now 9, started school at age 5. I need Mickey Mouse I’ll get over it I just need to be dramatic first shirt. We had to stop his naps on the Christmas holidays before he started school. He loved his naps, let them go as long as they are practical. They feel they need a nap to let them. My only suggestion would be to move it out of what would be considered “school hours” so they can always be successful there without worrying about them sleeping instead of paying attention. Daughter is 6, I’m 38. We take a 1 1/2 hr “rest time” every day. It can be doing something quite her room, like coloring, reading, or take a nap. Up to her. I usually just opt for a nap for me.