30 Things To Know About Sleep Regression at 11 Months

By Sleep Training Kids

Sleep Training FAQs, Sleep Regressions

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At 11 months old, toddlers can experience another temporary, transitional sleep regression. This is due to a combination of growth, developmental milestones, separation anxiety and changes to sleep patterns.

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here are common reasons why this happens:

1. Change in routine 2. Physical development and milestones 3. Nap transition (usually from two naps per day to one) 4. Developmental milestones 5. Teething 6. Illness 7. Underlying medical condition 8. Separation anxiety

Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Regression at 11 Months

- Increased crankiness during the day – More periods of quiet playing than usual – Frequent nighttime waking – Fighting naps and/or bedtimes – Change in appetite – Inconsolable crying – Night terrors

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Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Regression at 11 Months

- Increased crankiness during the day – More periods of quiet playing than usual – Frequent nighttime waking – Fighting naps and/or bedtimes – Change in appetite – Inconsolable crying – Night terrors

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Your Routine is Your Key to Survival

Seriously – your routine is going to be what helps you stay sane and survive this sleep regression.

Even so, this sleep regression is hard because it does mess with your routine. So feel free to adjust things as needed. Use what works and ditch what doesn’t.

After extensive research and experimentation, here’s what we’ve found as far as 11-month old should go to bed – and how much sleep they should need.

Age

Nighttime Sleep Requirements

6-9 Months

9-12 hours

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10-11 Months

9-12 hours

12-18 Months

10-12 hours

Bedtime

8-10 PM

7:30-8:30 PM

7-8 PM

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Sleep cues are a funny thing – they evolve as your child gets older. And this age is one of those times where your child’s sleep cues may be changing.

Watch Your  11-Month-Old  for Sleep Cues

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Of course, this will vary from child to child. But figure out which cues are the early signs – and initiate sleep before you reach the late cues. That way, your child will get enough sleep.