Just In Time ⏰—20-Month-Old
Time is not measured by clocks but by moments. What is time? And why does it seem to shift in motherhood? See Exhibit A—Things that go on forever: Getting your kids to put their shoes on, bedtime stalling and the Caillou theme song. ? Things that fly by: The baby stage, date night and your morning to sleep in. Motherhood messes with the space-time continuum, which is all the more reason we're soaking up what's special about every single stage. Help us Albert Einstein, because babies don't keep.
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? Toddler this week: Your little one has likely dropped a morning nap. It's ok if yours still takes one, but most are 1-nap-kiddos by 20 months. Try this: Keep the afternoon nap time as consistent as possible to help your little get quickly get to rest. Naps should be at least an hour.