Should I keep her up in the morning and enforce 1 nap? If you are a SAHM and you can be flexible, I would work with what schedule your daughter sets.
I know that she will eventually consolidate her naps to one long nap, but I don't know what to do during the transition.
This new round of funding will enable Cabin to expand its overnight transportation services regionally and nationally. A full-size travel bus has been outfitted with sleeping berths lining a narrow walkway, like trains used to have.
Parents discuss how they jumped from 2 naps to 1 with your ever wakeful toddler. The first time this happened, she babbled in her crib for 1hr before I took her out. I remember (perhaps wrongly, but still...) just switching her older sister from two to one with very little drama.
If you have a more structured day, then choose a time for the one nap and stick to it and she "should" work with it (I think thats how daycares work). Be flexible about nap times:"I don't have much advice about this, other than to say that it can be a rocky adjustment, but one that miraculously resolves itself.
Or should I keep trying to put her down for a morning nap to give her an opportunity to sleep if she needs it? My daughter did the same thing for about a month when she was transitioning. Eventually she got herself on a schedule of 1 nap (at around 17 months I think).
Sleep deprivation was a factor in some of the biggest disasters in recent history: the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island, the massive Exxon Valdez oil spill, the 1986 nuclear meltdown at Chernobyl, and others.
But sleep loss is also a big public safety hazard every day on the road.