3 months old baby

Question: Hi, my baby is 2 months 21 days i need after every one hour and also he dun sleep more than 15 min .please suggest

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Answer: Massage him for going to bed... It will help...
Answer: Massage him before going to bed...
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    Baljinder Saini95 days ago

    Thanks dear

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