Schedule 1: A breastfeeding stay-at-home mom of a 4-month-old
Editor's note: This schedule is a parent-led routine
5 a.m.: Wake up, change Chase's diaper, he nurses, and we fall back asleep.
7 a.m.: Wake up, he nurses and falls back asleep.
9 a.m.: He wakes up. I bathe him, change his diaper, and get him dressed.
11 a.m.: He nurses, then sits in his bouncer while I do laundry and dishes, then I change his diaper.
Noon: Tummy time, then we play with his toys.
1 p.m.: I change his diaper, then it's nap time.
2 p.m.: He wakes up and nurses.
2:30 p.m.: He plays in his entertainment center while I clean.
3 p.m.: He sits on my lap while I watch TV or go on the Internet. I change his diaper.
4 p.m.: Chase's dad comes home. I make dinner while Dad holds Chase and plays with him.
5 p.m.: Nurse, then nap time.
6 p.m.: I change his diaper, then he sits in his swing.
6:30 p.m.: Playtime.
7 p.m.: Nurse.
7:30 p.m.: Tummy time.
8 p.m.: Change diaper, get into pajamas.
8:30 p.m.: Sit in bouncer seat.
9 p.m.: Nurse.
10 p.m.: Change diaper, go to sleep.
I think I may do another 24-hour chronicle to compare to both this suggested schedule and the 24 hours I posted about previously when my baby girl was 2 months old.
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