Do you ever feel that kids are always sleeping but never for long?

Although that most newborns sleep 16 to 18 hours a day, they tend to take those rests two to three hours at a time. Gradually, they begin to sleep less, but for longer stretches. By three months, they need about 15 hours of sleep approximately 9 hours at night plus 2 hours daytime naps. And by six months, most babies are sleeping for even longer stretches at night and getting through the day on just two naps of 2 hours each.

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