Hello! Our son is 18 weeks old, and has never been a good sleeper during the day. I just wanted to ask you whether you have had this experience at all and whether you deem it to be healthy. His naps tend to be 30 -45 minutes long, no more... There is no long nice sleep midday, and as he wakes at a different time each morning, we have no set routine when it comes to nap times (only feeding times are in a routine). I tried getting him into a loose routine with regards to naps, but only ended up having a baby that was not going to sleep and feeling rather stressed. I don't feel the need to have a routine, but toyed with the idea that it might help him sleep longer. He only really sleeps when he deems it to be time to sleep. Neither does he sleep any longer when he is in the car or being pushed in the pram. I have tried story time before naps, dummy... He sleeps about 10 hours at night (with a dreamfeed), which I guess I should be grateful for. I met up with some women from my antenatal class today, and they all have babies that sleep beautifully - an hour in the morning, two hours at midday... It made me worry that perhaps I was doing something wrong. He is healthy, putting on weight well, very smiley and inquisitive. Perhaps this answers my own question, but I would be very grateful for some reassurance. Sorry, this ended up being longer than I thought.