My daughter is 16 months old. At home, she sleeps roughly 7 pm to 6 am, then takes two naps around ~9:30 am and ~2 pm, usually totaling about 2.5 hrs. She goes into her crib awake and started sleeping through the night with gentle coaching around 9 months, but in the last couple of months, she has started waking at night maybe 40-50% of the time, and if she really wakes up -- that is, doesn't just grumble for a few minutes and fall back asleep -- she's often awake for an hour or so. I go in only if she's really wailing to check and console, but generally don't pick her up, and it doesn't seem to impact how quickly she falls back asleep either way. This coincided with her increasing mobility, but I think that the problem is also exacerbated by her new daycare schedule: this month, she went from two full days to two full days plus two mornings, and on those days, she usually only takes one nap (roughly 11:45-12:45) and then I put her down at 6:30 pm to help her try to catch up a little. She won't usually sleep later in the morning, but does end up taking monster naps (totaling 3+ hrs daytime sleep) on days she's home, where she has her own dark, quiet room to sleep in vs. the big, light, kid-filled space at school. I know kids survive this all the time and she doesn't generally seem unhappy, but mama has a full-time job and could really use continuous sleep again! Any ideas? Thank you!