*Your child doesn't seem tired when it's time for his/her afternoon nap and it takes a long time for him/her to fall asleep at nap time. If this is occurring regularly, then it may be time for your child to drop his/her nap.
*Your child takes a long time to fall asleep and doesn't seem tired when it's bedtime. If this is occurring regularly, then it may be time for your child to drop his/her nap (assuming bedtime is at an age appropriate time).
*Your child skips his/her afternoon nap entirely, but seems more-or-less fine (not really cranky, does't seem exhausted by early evening, can make it to a reasonable bedtime, etc...), then it may be time for your child to drop his/her afternoon nap.
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