Biblioteca del Sueño:
Todo lo que necesitas saber


12 meses (1 año)
24 meses (2 años)
36 meses (3 años)

Metas de sueño:
11 a 14 horas diarias, incluyendo de 1 a 3 horas de siesta y 11 a 12 horas de sueño nocturno. A  los 18 meses tu bebé pasará de tomar 2 siestas a 1.

Es sorprendente la cantidad de etapas que ha recorrido tu bebé hasta ahora, que ya está transitando la niñez. ¡Y aún está en proceso de cambio! En especial, en lo que respecta al sueño. Dado que tu bebé ya es un niño pequeño, necesita dormir menos y, para cuando alcance los 18 meses, pasará de tomar dos siestas a sólo una.

Aunque parezca un cambio radical, entre siesta y sueño nocturno, llega el momento en que podrán permanecer despiertos entre 4 y 5 horas. De hecho, ¡es el lapso de tiempo justo para cansarlos!

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