10-Month-Old Sleep Schedules

Updated Jul 12th 2022 | timer 2  min read

10 Month Old Sleep Schedule
Mandy Treeby

Written By Mandy Treeby Chief Baby Sleep Consultant

Babies change very fast, including their sleep schedules. That said, many of you may be wondering, “What is a 10-month-old’s sleep schedule?” or “How long should my 10-month-old sleep during the day?”


We’re here to answer those very questions!

A Chart of 10-Month-Old’s Sleep Schedule

Every baby’s unique, including your own. Focus less on the specific clock times and more on wake windows – the amount of time your baby is awake between naps or their last nap and bedtime.

Wake windows are a fundamental driver of sleep because it’s how your baby sleeps during the day that sets them up for overnight sleep success. Get your personalized sleep plan by downloading the Smart Sleep Coach by Pampers™. Not only does it provide a schedule tailored to your baby, it also automatically updates every time you enter a sleep to help you keep the best schedule for robust overnight sleep.

Sleep Schedule for 10-Month-Olds with 2 Naps:

“Good morning!”

6:00 AM

Nap 1

9:00-10:15 AM

Awake: 3 hrs.

Nap: 1 hr. 15 mins.

Nap 2

1:45-3:00 PM

Awake: 3 hrs. 30 mins.

Nap: 1 hr. 15 mins.

Start Bedtime Routine

6:00 PM

“Good night!”

6:45 PM

Awake: 3 hrs. 45 mins.

Q: Can a 10-month-old baby sleep through the night?

Yes, by now most babies can sleep through the night. If your baby is still waking at night, it may be time to consider sleep training, this teaches your baby to self-soothe so they can fall asleep faster and also put themselves back to sleep if they wake at night.

The Smart Sleep Coach by Pampers™ guides you every step of the way and provides a personalized plan to help get your baby’s (and your) sleep on track.

Q: How many hours should a 10-month-old sleep each day?

Experts agree a 10-month-old should sleep about 13.5 hours over a 24-hour period, split between night sleeps and naps.

Q: How much nighttime sleep for a 10-month-old?

Aim for 11-12 hours of overnight sleep for 10-month-olds.

Q: How much daytime sleep for a 10-month-old?

About 2-3 hours spread over with naps, one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Q: What is a 10-month-old’s wake window?

Most 10-month-olds should be awake 3-4 hours between naps or their final nap and bedtime.

Q: Is there a 10-month sleep regression?

No, though there may be some residual disruption for your baby’s 8-month sleep regression. For more on sleep regressions, please read our dedicated blog post on when to expect and how to deal with sleep regressions.

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