Answer: From 2 weeks to 2 months of age, they sleep an average of 15.5-17 hours total, about 8.5-10 hours at night and six to seven hours during the day spread out over three to four naps. During the third month, babies need an average of 15 hours of sleep, 10 atnight and five spread out over three daytime naps.
Your baby is sleeping right according to her age , no need to worry .
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