Child’s day regimen at 7 months
Every day the kid more and more grows and develops, is interested in everything around, learns new skills and perceives a huge amount of information every day. A 7-month-old child has a lot of energy that he spends on games, attempts to crawl or sit. But for a full-fledged activity, he needs rest. Knowing how much a baby has to sleep in 7 months will help parents maintain the regime of the day.
Pediatricians and children’s psychologists unanimously repeat how the regime is important for the child. Experts argue that children who have a certain daily routine, grow more balanced and calm.
The day of the child also needs to be laid to sleep, despite the fact that he plays cheerfully. If you do not do this, the kid will be overexcited and in the evening simply can not fall asleep due to emotional overstrain. This is due to the still unstable nervous system, so rest is simply necessary to restore strength and replenish energy.
On average, a seven-month-old baby sleeps 14-15 hours a day, 11 of which fall at night, and 3-4 – per day.
At 7 months the usual regime sometimes changes. And this is due primarily to the amount of daytime rest: the baby can continue to fall asleep three times during the day, and can go to double sleep. If he continues to sleep three times, then the time is distributed approximately like this:
- the first morning sleep from 8.30 to 10.00;
- second daytime sleep from 13.30 to 14.30;
- the third night’s sleep from 17.00 to 18.30.