1 months old baby

Question: my baby is sleeping less these days when he is in lap he sleeps when I put him on bed he awakes ?? why he is sleeping less

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Answer: hello.. dear if your baby is sleeping in your laps and awaking on bed means your baby feels that you my mom is not near to me... thats why he is awake.. for this you can sleep with your baby for sometime making skin to skin contact to your baby and also if you have plenty of breast milk then soak your breast milk in clean towel and put near your baby so with that smell it helps to baby sleep.. all the best... enjoy your milestones
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