The first few months can be a bit of a blur with your little one up at all hours. It’s good to know what’s ahead and how their sleep needs change over time.
This guide will help give you a rough idea of how much sleep babies usually need. But all children are different, so remember not to worry if your baby sleeps a bit more or a bit less.
How much do 9-12 month olds sleep?
You may find that your baby wakes up less for night feeds at this stage, and may begin to sleep through. They may still need 14 hours of sleep across their naps and through the night, though you may notice this slowly decrease. But remember this is an average and all babies are different.