The 5 Signs Your Child Is Ready to Transition to 1 Nap a Day (Even If You're Not)
When your infant is napping at least twice a day, they're not as cranky when they wake up because they're getting the rest that they need — and you're living your best life with some much-needed downtime while your baby slumbers. Then, the unimaginable happens: your little sleeping beauty suddenly refuses to be put down for a second nap. While this might seem laughable to the parents of infants who never liked to sleep in the first place, dropping from two naps to one isn't always a welcome change (for parents, anyways). Don't panic, though — POPSUGAR got the scoop on how to know when your child is really ready to drop that second nap . . . and how you can milk it for as long as possible.