Perjalanan Si Tidur Siang dan Tidur Malam Anak

Baby

Newborn
About 10 1/2 to 18 hours (in a 24-hour period). Without much of a pattern, your newborn probably sleeps a few minutes to several hours at a time and wakes often to refill his little tummy.

1 month
About 10 1/2 to 18 hours. Your baby’s beginning to adapt to the difference between day and night. She’ll probably catch most of her shuteye during nighttime hours, but still sleep a lot during the day.

2 months
About 10 1/2 to 18 hours. Though more alert and social now, most babies are still taking two to four (or even more) naps a day. Your baby may start skipping one middle-of-the-night feeding.

3 months
About 10 1/2 to 16 1/2 hours. Some (not all!) babies this age can sleep for long stretches of 6 to 8 hours at night. Most take two or three daytime naps.

6 months
About 13 1/4 to 14 1/4 hours. At night, babies typically log around 9 to 11 hours of sleep. Daytime naps may be down to one in the morning and one in the afternoon (though some babies are still taking three or even four short snoozes).

9 months
About 13 to 14 hours. Nearly three-fourths of babies are now sleeping through the night (usually defined as not waking up between midnight and 5 a.m.). Some get all their nighttime slumber in a single shot, sleeping 10 to 11 hours without waking. At this age, your baby’s likely to take two solid naps a day, morning and afternoon. She may have trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep, thanks to separation anxiety.

Toddler

12 months
About 12 1/2 to 13 3/4 hours. Sleep continues to total 10 to 11 hours at night, plus two daytime naps that may be getting a bit shorter.

18 months
About 12 1/2 to 13 1/2 hours. By now, your toddler’s morning nap is probably kaput, but thankfully she’ll probably hang on to that afternoon nap for another couple of years. Most kids this age still sleep about 10 to 11 hours at night.

Preschooler

2 years
About 12 1/2 to 13 hours. Most 2-year-olds still nap in the afternoon and sleep around 10 or 11 hours at night. Your little rascal may resist going to sleep now and toddle out of bed after you tuck him in.

Fast fact: At age 2, most children have spent more time asleep than awake.

3 years
About 12 to 13 hours. Your preschooler may still take an afternoon nap, but some kids this age drop naps altogether. Often they make up for it by snoozing a little longer at night. Many have switched from a crib to a big bed by age 3.

Big Kid

4 and 5 years
About 11 to 12 hours. Some kids this age get all their sleep at night, while others still conk out for an hour or two in the afternoon. A child who is in kindergarten or has an unusually active day may be worn out and ready to head to bed earlier than usual.

6 years
About 10 to 11 1/2 hours, all at night. By this age, your child’s naps are probably history. Some children start to have nighttime fears. These can make it hard to fall asleep at bedtime.

7 and 8 years
About 9 1/2 to 11 1/2 hours. Most kids this age get a solid 9 1/2 to 11 1/2 hours of sleep at night. Before you know it, they’ll be teenagers and you’ll wish they didn’t sleep so late on weekend mornings!

Baby Feeding

Bingung dengan berbagai ‘aliran’ MPASI, saya coba mencari referensi estimasi kuantitas. Maklum, selain tekstur, kuantitas ini yang membuat saya galau (aaiiiihh…), karena Kaka seperti hampir tidak bermasalah dengan tekstur dan kualitas yang di atas usianya. Ingin sekali mengikuti kemampuan makannya Kaka, tapi saya kok ngeri yaa dengan lambungnya…sanggup ga yaa…

Well, ini adalah sebuah perkiraan konsumsi bayi kita yang ditulis oleh Gina Bevinetto Feld di parenting.com. Menurutnya (menurut saya juga), setiap bayi berbeda-beda, namun bisa ditarik estimasi mengenai konsumsi bayi seiring pertumbuhannya dari bayi sampai batita, dan hal ini berdasarkan kesimpulan para ahli. Namanya juga estimasi, jadi tidak perlu terlalu presisi kuantitasnya, perhatikan saja tanda-tanda yang diberikan bayi kita ketika ia sudah siap untuk naik tahap (tekstur maupun kuantitas).

Berikut estimasinya (notes: 1 oz = sekitar 30 ml)

Age: Birth to 2 weeks

Formula: 18-24 oz (2-3 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 8 to 12 nursings
Solids: None
Servings per meal: N/A

Age: 2 weeks to 2 months
Formula: 20-32 oz (4 oz per bottle)
Breast milk:6 to 10 nursings
Solids: None
Servings per meal: N/A

Age: 2 to 4 months
Formula: 30-36 oz (5 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 6 to 8 nursings
Solids: None
Servings per meal: N/A

Age: 4 to 6 months
Formula: 32-40 oz(6 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 5 to 6 nursings
Solids: 1 meal/day (optional)
Servings per meal: 2 to 4 Tbsp of cereal or pureed Stage 1 baby food

Age: 6 to 9 months
Formula: 24-32 oz (7 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 4 to 5 nursings
Solids: 1 to 3 meals/day
Servings per meal: 2 to 4 Tbsp of 2 foods* or up to a whole jar of Stage 2 baby food

Age: 9 to 12 months
Formula: 20-32 oz (8 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 3 to 4 nursings
Solids: 3 meals/day
Servings per meal: 3 to 4 Tbsp of 3 foods** or up to a whole jar of Stage 3 baby food

Age: 12 to 15 months
Formula: 16-20 oz (8 oz per bottle)
Breast milk: 2 to 3 nursings
Solids: 3 meals and 2 snacks/day
Servings per meal: 1/4 of an adult serving size

* Cereal, fruits, vegetables, meats, grains; transition from watery puree to a thicker or chunkier puree. You can go to combo baby foods (such as chicken and sweet potatoes) once you’ve given the individual foods.

** Same foods as above, plus table foods

Reference: http://www.parenting.com/article/our-daily-baby-feeding-plan