Nap in a Snap

Nap in a Snap


The Nap in a Snap app helps improve your baby or toddler's naps – using the proven techniques as advised on Baby-Sleep-Advice.com.

How?

The app helps you discover the nap routine that best fits your child's needs.

The easy-to-use Sleepy Signs Log assists you with observing your baby/toddler actively. You track the specific data necessary to understand when and how she needs to nap.

The Sleepy Signs Graph makes it easy to recognize any sleep pattern in your baby's daily and nightly sleep.

The clear instructions within the app help interpret your Sleepy Signs Log and Graph by explaining what to look for and which type of nap routine to choose (timed schedule, pattern-based or child-centered routine).

Remark: This is not a baby tracker app, not a passive recording of awake and asleep times.

Nap in a Snap actively helps your child sleep better by nicely adapting the nap routine to his/her needs.

The Nap in a Snap app is devised by Baby-Sleep-Advice.com as an addition to the well-received “Nap in a Snap!” book by Heidi Holvoet, sleep parenting counselor at Baby-Sleep-Advice.com and author.

Although the book provides the complete guide to the Sleepy Signs Log as part of the 3 steps to good naps, there is no obligation to buy the book.

You can use the app as standalone. The clear instructions provided within the app help you interpret the data at best.

The Nap in a Snap app is absolutely free.

Recent changes:
Added: The sleepy Signs Graph. The graph is a convenient representation of the Log you record within the app. It is automatically created whenever you add an entry to the log. Color codes help reveal all regularities in your baby's daily and night sleep patterns.
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File size
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About Nap in a Snap
The Nap in a Snap app helps improve your baby or toddler's naps – using the proven techniques as advised on Baby-Sleep-Advice.com.

How?

The app helps you discover the nap routine that best fits your child's needs.

The easy-to-use Sleepy Signs Log assists you with observing your baby/toddler actively. You track the specific data necessary to understand when and how she needs to nap.

The Sleepy Signs Graph makes it easy to recognize any sleep pattern in your baby's daily and nightly sleep.

The clear instructions within the app help interpret your Sleepy Signs Log and Graph by explaining what to look for and which type of nap routine to choose (timed schedule, pattern-based or child-centered routine).

Remark: This is not a baby tracker app, not a passive recording of awake and asleep times.

Nap in a Snap actively helps your child sleep better by nicely adapting the nap routine to his/her needs.

The Nap in a Snap app is devised by Baby-Sleep-Advice.com as an addition to the well-received “Nap in a Snap!” book by Heidi Holvoet, sleep parenting counselor at Baby-Sleep-Advice.com and author.

Although the book provides the complete guide to the Sleepy Signs Log as part of the 3 steps to good naps, there is no obligation to buy the book.

You can use the app as standalone. The clear instructions provided within the app help you interpret the data at best.

The Nap in a Snap app is absolutely free.

Recent changes:
Added: The sleepy Signs Graph. The graph is a convenient representation of the Log you record within the app. It is automatically created whenever you add an entry to the log. Color codes help reveal all regularities in your baby's daily and night sleep patterns.

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A Google User
Apr 10, 2014
Can't read or adjust time, very poor design!
A Google User
Jun 19, 2013
Great concept, poor execution This app is exactly what I was looking for, a way to record my newbies sleep habits and visually see when he's typically awake or asleep. However, after using the app for a week, I'm ready to look for a new one. This is very frustrating to use, especially while juggling a baby or toddler (or both, like me!).