Is it normal for a 16 month old baby to snore?

Snoring in an infant. Or child may be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. Ask your pediatrician about a sleep study or monitoring your child's oxygen saturation during sleep, as even mild drops can cause developmental delays. If you took Lamictal during pregnancy, there is a slight chance of a small, heretofore unrecognized cleft of the palate or a submucous cleft, so referral to a pediatric ENT may be warranted.
Snoring. It is not usual for a 16 month old to snore . His snoring may be due to a stuffy or allergic nose or enlarged tonsils. Have him evaluated by your doctor or an ear, nose and throat doctor.