2 months old baby

Question: My baby is not sleeping in day time..and in night he wake up every 2 hour...bt in day time he is sleeping only for 2-3 hours?? What should i do to make him sleep...

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Answer: Feed your child well. Your baby is hungry that is why it is not able to sleep . feed your child well a full tummy will make ypur baby automatically sleep .
Answer: His sleep cycle will get better by 3 months. Try to take small naps while he sleep
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