To start off, Rosalie definitely doesn't have the same schedule each day, so this is more of an example. She does however have somewhat of a routine, so just consider this a basic outline of sorts.
Rosalie will generally wake up in the morning somewhere between 6 am-7 am, unless she went to bed super early the night before (due to no afternoon nap), then she will generally wakeup shortly after 5 am. She is usually up for at least 3 hours (key word usually), and then she will go back down for a nap. This nap usually lasts for about 1-1.5 hours, and I can always tell when she is ready to go back to sleep because she becomes a little grumpy girl ;). Sometimes this nap occurs in her bed, other times it is in her carseat while I am out running errands.
Her second nap of the day really ranges depending on the time that she woke up in the morning, what time her first nap was, and/or how long she slept during her first nap. I know this is probably starting to sound confusing, but I am doing the best I can. As an average, we will say that she goes down around 1, and will sleep anywhere between 30 minutes to 3 hours! Yes 3 hours! This only happened twice, and I was checking on her every few minutes or so because I was so nervous ha!
She is then up for the rest of the evening until it is time for her to go to bed. If she had a good nap day, she will generally go to sleep around 8, but if she either missed a nap/refused to nap, or had a really short nap, then she will go to sleep earlier. If she wants to go to bed at 6, I don't fight her. She is tired, and sleep is what she wants. If it means that I have to wake up earlier in the morning, I am cool with that. She will generally just wake up once during the night to nurse, but she does her have nights where she will wake up 2 times. I honestly don't mind getting up with her in the night because the way I see it, she is only little for so long, and I only get to nurse her for so long, so I am just trying to treasure these moments. Plus she doesn't even nurse for too long, so we are both back to sleep in no time :).
When I put Rosalie down for naps I will generally nurse her to sleep. However, sometimes I will rock her to sleep, and if she sleeps in her swing (which is very rare these days), she will fall asleep on her own. However, at night it is a different story. I would say about half the time I nurse her to sleep, and the other half of the time I will put her in her bed, and sit in my bed next to her, and sing/talk to her until she falls asleep. :)
Also, as a side note. I do not let Rosalie cry. I just don't. It isn't my thing, it isn't Rosalie's thing, so we just don't do it. I do however, let her "complain" in her bed for a few minutes because she is known to fuss a little bit in the middle of her naps. She is usually still asleep, and will just complain (make noises and wiggle) for a bit and then fall back asleep. If she ever starts crying though, I go get her right away. This is what works for me :) I do not think it is bad if other mom's let their babies cry it out, it just doesn't work for me.
I think that is all, but if you have any questions please just ask me in the comments :) I am no expert, and I don't claim to be, but I am a mom, and if what I share can help even one mom out there, then I am so glad!
And I just had to add this picture because her thighs are so chunky and perfect, and her Daddy's smile melts my heart! :)