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If not, just wait until after lunch to put her down.

If she feel asleep, we let her sleep for about half an hour.

If she did not fall asleep, then she had a little alone time to hang out with her stuffed toys etc.

I can't actually even remember what strategies we used, but I just remember two or three weeks of her being very tired and grumpy as she adjusted.

Best I can recall, it was as you described--some days she was so tired she clearly needed a morning nap (or would simply fall asleep in the stroller or once on the living room rug), other days I tried to push her through to one mid-day nap.

In the begginning, I would suggest that you "go with the flow" as I did with my son.

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